Circa Giovanni Chiacchio

A political science undergraduate at the University of Naples Federico II, he completed the post-graduate course "Leadership for International Relations and Made in Italy" at the Fondazione Italia USA as a fellow and attended the Heritage Foundation's summer academy. He writes for various blogs. His fields are international relations, strategic studies and English-speaking conservatism.
17 Jul 2023

OnlyFans: what would Irving Kristol say about it

Di Giovanni Chiacchio|2023-07-17T11:00:15+02:0017 July 2023|Categorie: Commenti e opinioni, Economia e Società|Tag: , , , , , , |0 Commenti

Irving Kristol's thought demonstrates through his study of the pornography problem that a democratic State is forced to intervene in the economy, yet without failing to adhere to the assumptions of free market economics.

21 Jun 2023

Peter Viereck: the Conservative way to progress

Di Giovanni Chiacchio|2023-06-21T10:12:15+02:0021 June 2023|Categorie: Commenti e opinioni|Tag: , , , , , , , |0 Commenti

The poet and historian Peter Viereck defined Conservatism as the system for managing change wisely, rather than undergoing it, giving as examples the difference between the Habsburg Empire - condemned to sclerosis by the Reaction - and the British Empire, which managed to evolve in a national and representative sense, becoming the hegemonic power between the 19th and 20th centuries

17 May 2023

The influence of Christian morality in American abolitionism

Di Giovanni Chiacchio|2023-05-17T17:05:53+02:0017 May 2023|Categorie: Commenti e opinioni, Cultura e Scienza|Tag: , , , , , , , |0 Commenti

Biblical interpretation and Christian morality played an essential role in combating the practice of slavery, contributing decisively to defining the abolitionist movement and playing a key role in the political decisions that led to the progressive abolition of the practice.

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