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And in one of history's stranger encounters, Mussolini once entertained Mahatma Gandhi at the villa...But the dictator's grand ambitions had of course set his nation on a route to defeat and disaster and, in his quieter moments, in the luxurious
Giovani Iotti, of the People of Liberty party founded by former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, made the proposal for the school in Pieve Saliceto, where Mussolini briefly taught in 1902 before his rise to power...The deputy mayor of the village,
In William Dobson's case, he traveled 93,268 miles and collected 200 interviews to back up his big idea: that dictators today are more nimble about being autocratic than their predecessors.
Hulton Getty There is a disposition in some quarters to resent the distress that the thought of the destruction of beautiful and historical buildings in modern air warfare causes to all who care about culture. This is the spirit that has allowed so
How authoritarian regimes adapt 4 July 2012 Last updated at 19:44 ET Author and journalist William Dobson travelled some 93,000 miles (150,000km) over two years, researching what makes authoritarian regimes tick. Gone are the days of Stalin-esque
In the face of escalating polarisation between the Pheu Thai and Democrat parties, Army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha has been pestered by reporters to comment on the political situation. As the two major parties try to sway sentiment and outwit
About half of young Germans are unsure whether the Nazi state was a dictatorship and even more are not sure whether the socialist East German regime was one, a new study shows. The widespread ignorance is described in a study called, Late Victory of
This is the first time she has been to the Parliament since the yellow-shirts started protesting in front of the complex. During her 45 minutes in Parliament, Yingluck was watched over by 10 soldiers from the Naresuan special company in addition to
The yellow shirts led by the People's Alliance for Democracy joined up with the multicoloured shirts led by Tul Sitthisomwong in sealing the Kan Ruen intersection on Rajvithee Road, the only access route to the Parliament. Some Pheu Thai MPs sneaked
Among the Cabinet members included in the delegation are Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa, Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Djoko Suyanto, Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa, and State Secretary Sudi Silalahi. "