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Why the Coming Elections Won’t Cure Italy's Problems

Mar 2, 2018 | 12:34 GMT
Italy votes in a crowded general election on March 4.

Election posters line a sidewalk in Rome on Feb. 16, 2018. Italy heads to the polls to vote in crowded general elections on March 4. The shadow of ex-leader Silvio Berlusconi looms large, as do populist gains across Europe.

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Italians are heading to the ballot box this weekend, but it's anyone's guess as to who will ultimately emerge as the victor. What is clear, however, is that the results on March 4 will be felt well beyond Italy's borders. A likely push by the next Italian government to cut...

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