Daniele Scalea, president of the Machiavelli Study Center, spoke on Radio Radio Radio on the program "Punto & Accapo" hosted by Francesco Borgonovo. Called upon to comment on the debate over the recent news event of Giulia Cecchettin's murder, President Scalea rejected the idea that it is linked to an alleged "patriarchal society," noting instead how the education of young people is largely carried out by women and how in today's society it is more often males who remain marginalized. He also proposed that instead of introducing "sentimental education" in schools, ways should be sought to discipline violence, which is inherent in men, by directing it toward noble ends and controlled ways, rather than -- trying in vain to eradicate it -- letting it filter into evil and anti-social manifestations.

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Founder and President of Centro Studi Machiavelli. Graduated in Historical Sciences (University of Milan) and PhD in Political Studies (Sapienza University), he is professor of "History and doctrine of jihadism" and "Geopolitics of the Middle East" at Cusano University. From 2018 to 2019 he was Special Advisor on Immigration and Terrorism to the Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Guglielmo Picchi. His latest book (as editor) is Topicality of sovereignism. Between pandemic and war.