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Where ideas are born: the path to the Islamic Republic of Iran

Between 1978 and 1979, while the Iranian revolution was growing in strength and numbers, Michel Foucault, a French philosopher, published some articles on the Italian newspaper Il Corriere Della Sera, regarding the revolution and it’s leader Ayatollah Khomeini. Foucault remained fascinated by the idea of an Islamic republic and described… Read More »Where ideas are born: the path to the Islamic Republic of Iran

An unbreakable dipole – The controversial relations between Libya and Italy

Introduction According to physics a dipole is “a pair of equal and oppositely charged poles separated by a distance”, and there is no better definition for Libya and Italy. Since the early beginning of the 20th Century, the fates of these completely opposite countries have been strongly bonded one to… Read More »An unbreakable dipole – The controversial relations between Libya and Italy