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A country for old people? Not necessarily

Riccardo Staglianò and Raffaele Oriani are two journalists who have travelled far and wide to study the Chinese presence in Italy. Their conclusions have been published in a book The Chinese never die, aimed at debunking prejudices and metropolitan fairy tales.

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Forum Italy Turkey

After a particularly important year in Turkey’s political life, when the country survived an institutional crisis caused by the presidential elections – which provoked yet another clash between the upholders of the Kemalist tradition and the pro-Islamic governing party .

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Zen: I approve of true dialogue with the Chinese

Joseph Zen Ze-Kiun, the first Chinese cleric to be raised to the dignity of Cardinal, agrees that difficult, delicate, indirect negotiations are in progress between Beijing and the Vatican.

Save the Children: interview with President Neri

Planning, marketing and customised communications strategies for NGOs to increase fund raising and guarantee transparency. The International Accountability Charter meets the demands of donors for better tracking of donated funds.

Syria: too easily dismissed as a rogue State

The winds of fundamentalism do not blow here, but the regime sometimes cuts off the air supply. And many people continue to flee. A report on the many contradictions of a country that the Bush administration has defined a rogue state.

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