In 2011 we are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the unified country in a bizarre and tense atmosphere.
It has been argued that Italy is facing a deep transition. A transition of its society, its culture, its ethics and its economy. We are moving through uncharted territories.
On March the 3rd at Scuola Sant’Anna in Pisa, I have introduced a debate on Italy’s road ahead with Bill Emmott, the former director of The Economist, and author of a thoughtful book on the present and the future of this country.
From Left to Right: Michele Pedone, Prof Maria Chiara Carrozza, Bill Emmott, Frediano Finucci & Alberto Di Minin
(C) 2010 Giovanni Bassi