Daily Archives: May 17, 2016


Historical Lessons for Our Time: Italy’s Response to the Challenge of Terrorism

From Tiempo devorado, Vol. 3, No 1 (2016): Bales per vots. Activisme i violència política a Europa des de 1991   ABSTRACT During the so-called years of lead, Italy had the highest rate of terrorist violence in the industrialized world. Terrorist groups, descending ideologically from the country’s Marxist­ Leninist and neofascist traditions, sought to destroy its democratic […]


Reflections on the 100th Anniversary of the Sykes-Picot Agreement

Monday marks 100 years since the Sykes-Picot agreement between Britain and France. With the then-secret agreement, they planned to divide up much of the Mideast between them at the end of World War I, which was still going on at the time. This post was the result of an interview conducted by accuracy.org, an independent media […]