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Adriano Bosoni

Senior Europe Analyst

Adriano Bosoni
As Stratfor's Senior Europe Analyst, Adriano Bosoni focuses on political, social and economic issues pertaining to the European Union and the eurozone.
Mr. Bosoni holds a journalism degree from The Universidad del Salvador in Argentina as well as a master's degree in international relations from The Universita di Bologna in Italy. He is also a former Fulbright scholar. Mr. Bosoni is a native of Argentina, where he worked as a journalist, editor and university professor prior to joining Stratfor.
  • Politics, economics and social trends in Europe
  • EU history, institutions and policies
  • Demographics and migratory movements
  • Nationalist, anti-establishment and far-right political parties in Europe
  • Culture and society of Mediterranean Europe 
For the first time in a decade, the countries whose alliance lies at the heart of the European Union are negotiating more or less on even ground.
A French and a European flag fly in front of the Lille courthouse. French voters will decide on the future of the country -- and, as a result, that of the Continental bloc -- in the 2017 presidential elections.
Dark clouds over the Reichstag building in Berlin may be a sign of things to come.
Eurozone's future potential collapse EU
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In the wake of a Brexit, uncertainty -- the archenemy of economic growth and financial stability -- would abound. If Britain quits the European Union, it risks disrupting the base of power the bloc has come to rest on.
Italy faces a fundamental problem: The kind of European Union the Italians want to build is similar to the type of country they have struggled to create at home.
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