PHOTO: Donald Trump with the former leader of the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, November 2016
As Donald Trump assumes the US Presidency, the University of Birmingham’s Daniele Albertazzi looks at the failure of resistance under another businessman who became a political leader, Italy’s Silvio Berlusconi.
UPDATE, JANUARY 18:: More conversation about the worrying prospect of incoming US President Donald Trump for US-European relations, this talk with London’s Talk Radio.
PHOTO: The Five Star Movement’s Beppe Grillo (right) with the UK Independence Party’s Nigel Farage
PHOTO: “Is it right to require public subscription to ‘British values’?”
PHOTO: Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who resigned after his loss in the December 4 Italian referendum
PHOTO: Matteo Renzi, who resigned as Italian Prime Minister after losing a December 4 referendum on Constitutional reform
PHOTO: British Prime Minister Theresa May in Bahrain on Wednesday
PHOTO: Britain’s electronic intelligence agency GCHQ
PHOTO: Scuffle at a Trump rally in Cleveland, Ohio, March 2016
Daniele Albertazzi of the University of Birmingham, Amanda Taub of The New York Times, and author Don Gilmoor talk to
David Dunn of the University of Birmingham writes for Spain’s La Razon: