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29 Oct
Addressing parliament for the first time as prime minister, the leader of a neofascist party said she "never felt sympathy or closeness to undemocratic regimes" and affirmed Italy's position as an EU and NATO member.
31 Aug 2021
From Donald Trump in the United States, to Marine Le Pen in France and even Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, far-right populists are gaining popularity in all corners of the world. English journalist and author Paul Mason has warned these developments would give "time-travelling Nazis plenty to smile about in the 21st century". But he has a solution for ending what he describes as the onset of a second fascist era, which he lays out in his book "How to Stop Fascism". He joined us for Perspective.

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