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Meet us at Museo del Novecento in Milan next weekend

The Museo del Novecento, located inside the Palazzo dell’Arengario in Piazza del Duomo in Milan (Italy), hosts a collection of over four thousand works one of the important 20th-century Italian art selections. The museum is active in the conservation, investigation and promotion of 20th-century Italian cultural and artistic […]

Beyond Madonnas: Post-War Italian Art Surprises in Washington DC Exhibition

While many people equate Italian art with Renaissance and Baroque masters, an intimate exhibition at IA&A at Hillyer in Washington DC introduces audiences to the cutting-edge work being done by Italian artists after World War II. Contemporary Echoes: Rediscovering Italian Art from 1950-1980, Artworks from the BFF Collection […]

Death Star Wars

The conflict in Ukraine is a precursor of geopolitical turbulence that seems like science fiction, except that it is happening now.  Information blackouts and more that disrupt the economic viability and defense strategy of entire countries are described in Frediano Finucci’s new book, The Great Game of Satellites […]

‘As Gods among Men. A History of the Rich in the West’, the latest book by Guido Alfani. Interview by Claudia Flisi, Washington correspondent, US-Italy Global Affairs Forum

Everyone thinks about money this time of year, but Prof. Guido Alfani thinks of it differently from you and me. His book about the rich through the ages (US and Europe) contains some disturbing revelations, as revealed to me in our recent interview. Guido Alfani is Professor of […]

‘Growth for Good: Reshaping Capitalism to Save Humanity from Climate Catastrophe’, the latest book of Alessio Terzi. By Claudia Flisi

Alessio Terzi discusses his latest book, Growth for Good: Reshaping Capitalism to Save Humanity from Climate Catastrophe, with the journalist Claudia Flisi, Washington correspondent US-Italy Global Forum Affairs. ABOUT THE BOOK | Economic growth is currently wrecking the planet. To save the environment, will we have to shrink the economy? Might […]