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Eric Jozsef
Eric Jozsef

Eric Jozsef is Editor-in-Chief of Eutopia Magazine. He is correspondent for the French newspaper Libération from Rome and of Radio Televisione Svizzera (Rts) in Switzerland. He is the author of Main basse sur l’Italie, la résistible ascension de Silvio Berlusconi (Ed. Grasset 2001) and Les années Cavaliere. De Berlusconi à Berlusconi (Editions du Cygne, 2008) and of the documentary Gêne(s)ration on the G8 in Genoa for the Arte channel (2002). He lives in Italy since 1992.

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Articles
25.02.2016
- Languages: it

By the end of next year, the Europe of the founding fathers may be a mere memory. Clouds are gathering over the most exceptional political invention of the modern era.

19.01.2015
- Languages: fr|it
It is the heart of French and European identity that has been struck. Freedom of the press, freedom of opinion, freedom of irreverence, freedom of worship, republican institutions, secularity, diversity, it is the constitutive principles of our societies that the terrorists wanted to affect. It is those values that have been so overwhelmingly defended, asserted, and proclaimed at the popular mobilization of January 11.
08.04.2014

We are late. The collective European adventure has partially left resentment, withdrawal and division in its wake. The trust the people had in the democratic model, in economic prosperity, in social well-being, and in cultural enrichment has crumbled away.