Historically, Italian sympathies have always swung towards self-determination in the Middle East. That's no longer the case.
Answering this question is important to analyze how everything that is extreme and violent is increasingly accepted and normalized.
With 79% of the country's waste now recycled, Italy has become Europe's recycling leader. But is the country doing enough for sustainability?
Russia and China are the two spectres of the West, but how Italians feel towards them is a different story.
The Democrats look to remake themselves under Enrico Letta while the Five Star Movement places its future in the hands of Giuseppe Conte. Will it be enough to stem the tide of populism?