Guiseppe Santoliquido

Guiseppe Santoliquido is a political scientist and writer Belgian of Italian descent. He graduated in Political Science and Public Administration. He is a Professor in Political Science Faculties of Central Africa.

Articles

10.01.2014
Italie: l’idée même de démocratie en danger

Les soubresauts qui ont secoué le paysage politique italien au cours des derniers mois recèlent une dimension particulièrement préoccupante. Pas tant en raison de l’instabilité politique dont ils sont une manifestation, instabilité dont le pays est par ailleurs coutumier. Mais parce qu’ils traduisent une sorte de cécité politique qui risque, à moyen terme, de détruire les socles porteurs de l’idée démocratique elle-même.

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10.01.2014
Italy: the Very Idea of Democracy in Danger

The turmoil the Italian political landscape has been traversing of late is particularly worrisome. Not so much for the political instability but more for the political blindness that it reveals and which risks destroying the fundamentals of the very idea of democracy itself. While the current government continues the politics of austerity imposed by the European Union, the reform of the political architecture is still missing.

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28.02.2013
Il n’a donc rien vu venir

La détresse mêlée d’incrédulité affichée par Pier Luigi Bersani lors de sa conférence de presse de ce mardi 26 février 2013, lendemain de vote, est terriblement inquiétante.

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28.02.2013
The Distress of the Italian Left

Pier Bersani’s surprise at the Italian election results is the fruit of the growing disconnect of his Democratic Party from reality, and the centre-left leader is the creator of his own defeat.

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