Open doors

We have opened our doors to a blog with many contributors. This blog gathers opinions of people who are in the places where tomorrow's news takes place.

Riding the russian rollercoaster

Elia writes about the post-Soviet world, focusing on the Slavic countries, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. His articles are published by numerous newspapers. He also writes travel books and tweets from @daniloeliatweet

European Crossroads

The many adventurous paths that lead to a European Union: involving politics, society, culture, economics, finance, the military. A co-authored blog to describe the complexity of a new concept.

Far beyond

Former Managing Editor of Eastwest online. He also writes for Il Corriere della Sera and Panorama. Formerly at Linkiesta, Eurointelligence, Il Riformista. Named among the top 100 Foreign Policy “Twitterati” in the economics sections for being “the essential follow for breaking news on Europe’s economic crisis.” He has over 37,000 followers on Twitter (@FGoria). He won the 2013 Economics’ Club Journalism Award and the 2013 State Street Italy Journalism Award.


A nomad in the world's library who spent years covering money for the WSJ in order to obtain fodder for campfire chats. Now a climate refugee in Rome but a high modernist forever and trained in anthropology.

Next Station: Ikebukuro

Next Station: Ikebukuro is a blog on Japanese contemporaneity. Entries will deal with "pop" and apparently light topics, trying to show the socio-economic actuality behind them.

Sub-Saharan Monitor

A blog on sub-Saharan Africa to relate about many realities of a macro-region from a decade starring of impressive economic growth, but still vexed from serious problems of underdevelopment.