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Fabrizio Verde

Journalist born in 1980. He studied Political Science at the Università l’Orientale of Naples. Passionate about journalism from an early age, he began his career dealing with news and politics for some important newspapers in the city of Naples. Since 2011 he has been a member of the Order of Journalists. Subsequently he starts writing about the topic that fascinates him most: international politics. He collaborates with the Consulate of Naples of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and with the Embassy in Italy of the South American country. He collaborated with Cubadebate, the voice of Cuban journalists against media terrorism. Director of  l’AntiDiplomatico, a newspaper that fights mainstream disinformation in Italy.

Expert materials

Ukraine war breaks U.S. global geopolitical dominance

Ukraine war breaks U.S. global geopolitical dominance

UWI expert Verde's interview to Iranian newspaper Tehran Times on the global repercussions of the Ukraine conflict.
Cultural sanctions on Russia: the definitive decline of Western culture

Cultural sanctions on Russia: the definitive decline of Western culture

In the Ukraine conflict, liberalism has become an intolerant orthodoxy, argues the author.
The end of US Hegemony and the multipolar Mediterranean

The end of US Hegemony and the multipolar Mediterranean

Considered a 'mid-ocean', the Mediterranean turns more and more into a space of multpolarity in both economic and security terms.
Italian-Algerian strategic relationship strengthened by Enrico Mattei

Italian-Algerian strategic relationship strengthened by Enrico Mattei

Despite an inept, incapable and subservient ruling class, Italy still has the chance to work with countries like Algeria and enter the multipolar world fully. Enrico Mattei showed the way.
“Regional models of dialogue more helpful for peace”

“Regional models of dialogue more helpful for peace”

UWI expert Fabrizio Verde's interview to Iranian Tehran Times.
The Euro impoverishes Italian workers – the cage must be broken

The Euro impoverishes Italian workers – the cage must be broken

The Euro impedes Italian economic development - a sitution that reminds of the era of Mussolini.
G-20 on Afghanistan: the noisy silence about Draghi’s glamorous failure

G-20 on Afghanistan: the noisy silence about Draghi’s glamorous failure

On Draghi's - failed - move in the G-20 summit concerning Asia and Afghanistan.
Italy in Central Asia

Italy in Central Asia

Cooperation and full expansion on the New Silk Road
Italy’s North Africa policy depends on its sovereignty

Italy’s North Africa policy depends on its sovereignty

Italy's policy towards North Africa has evolved from an autonomous position to be directed by the US, France and Germany. The solution is an Mediterranean ALBA and Eurasian alliances.
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