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Francesco Giubilei

Francesco Giubilei, publisher and writer, is president of
Fondazione Tatarella, one of the main Italian conservative foundations
and adjunct professor at the Giustino Fortunato University of
Benevento. He writes for Il Giornale and has published ten books in
Italy translated in the United States, Hungary, Spain and Serbia. In
2017 he founded the think tank Nazione Futura and he collaborates with
various international magazines including The European Conservative
and has been included by Forbes among the 100 most influential young
people under 30 in Italy.

America’s Cultural Revolution: How the Radical Left Conquered Everything

Revolutions are not always violent and bloody. They can also be carried out in seemingly softer ways but still being equally pervasive and destructive of the norms and society they are intended to change. This is the case with cultural revolutions, where actions are taken in schools, universities, and the media and in people's minds without resorting to the use of force.

Francesco Giubilei

5 min

Chantal Delsol: France is a country of riots. And for specific reasons.

Every uprising has its own motives, linked to the events of the day.

Francesco Giubilei

5 min

"Never so many immigrants!" Italy's cry for help

A flow of immigrants never seen before. Every day, hundreds and hundreds of arrivals on Italian coasts are bringing reception workers to their knees.

Francesco Giubilei

Jacopo Ugolini

4 min