The year 2022 is coming to its conclusion and, as usual, it is time to explore which were the most read articles on our blog in the past twelve months. So here are the ten favorites of our readers, in ascending order of readings.
The choice to strengthen Italy's military is necessary if the country is to play a leading role in international politics. Factual reality has demolished the irenistic "end of history" view.
Silvia Roberto hosts a new format for the Centro Studi Machiavelli. The first interviewee is the President of the Center, Daniele Scalea, who talks about the state of the Italian Right and the role of the Machiavelli. (IN ITALIAN)
The Centro Studi Machiavelli is preparing to expand its range of action, proposing, after the meetings promoted in Rome (since 2017) and online (since 2020), new moments of confrontation, meeting and debate around Italy. A first appointment of this kind took place last Saturday, April 2, in Lamezia Terme, Calabria.
Daniele Scalea, president of Centro Studi Machiavelli, was interviewed by PierLuigi Pellegrin about his articles "The lockdown? It didn't help at all. A new meta-analysis reveals it" and "Five years of Machiavelli". Scalea commented on a new study on the uselessness of lockdown and explained what the Centro Studi Machiavelli has done in this five-year period.
Exactly five years ago, on February 8, 2017, the adventure of the Centro Studi Machiavelli was inaugurated. A lustre later many things have changed, but the Machiavelli is still here and remains true to itself.
With 2021 just concluded, it's time, as usual, to look at the most-read articles over the course of the year. A chance to catch up on those you may have missed.
We live in an age filled with threats. Fortunately, every moment of crisis is also a moment of opportunity. For the outcome to be positive, however, it requires the commitment of all people like you: of good will and right principles.
Le crescenti minacce che la Cina pone all’Occidente. È di questo che si è occupata "China’s many challenges to the West", la tavola rotonda con ospite Dean Cheng, Senior Fellow di Heritage Foundation.