The rise of authoritarianism around the world, and the solidarity shown between authoritarian leaders, have many supporters of democracy worried.
With the news that Italy’s next prime minister may be a right-wing Christian nationalist, American conservatives are hoping that similar politics — and an even more extreme leader — will come to power in the United States.
It’s a mistake for Latinos to think they can go to Italy and get by on Spanish alone. I learned that more or less the hard way when I toured the country in June.
In her latest collection of poems, ‘Donde la luz es violet,’ Xánath Caraza takes us with her as she explores the inner and outer landscapes of Italy.