Italy Puts Itself on a Collision Course With E.U. Leadership

Italy Puts Itself on a Collision Course With E.U. Leadership

Italy Puts Itself on a Collision Course With E.U. Leadership Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, arrives at an informal summit of leaders of the European Union on September

Italy Puts Itself on a Collision Course With E.U. Leadership

Populist political parties have made big gains in a number of European countries in recent years, but Italy is the first large euro-zone economy where a government openly hostile to the E.U. has taken charge.

Italy Puts Itself on a Collision Course With E.U. Leadership

Italy Puts Itself on a Collision Course With E.U. Leadership 2 months ago Populist political parties have made big gains in a number of European countries in recent years, but Italy is the first large euro-zone economy where a government openly hostile to the E.U. has taken charge.

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