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Monthly Archives: July, 2014

Regional Tensions – Memory

The Northern Question since the Risorgimento: a conversation with Marco Meriggi (University of Naples – Federico II) The Northern Question has been a constant presence in Italian politics since the Risorgimento, … Continue reading

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Regional Tensions – Academia

The Lega Nord in Europe: A conversation with Filippo Tronconi (University of Bologna) Over the past three decades a major new fault line has emerged in European politics. This has … Continue reading

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Regional Tensions – Critic’s corner

Sicilian Separatism at the conjuncture of 1943-1944 by Manoela Patti (University of Palermo) Between the late night to the early morning of 9th and 10th July 1943 the Anglo-American armies … Continue reading

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Regional Tensions – Voices

The MARP: Father of the Lega and Padania by George H. Newth (University of Reading) In 1994, Umberto Bossi claimed that the ‘Father of the Lega Nord’ was an autonomist … Continue reading

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