Francesco Rossi

Author: Francesco Rossi

Objectivity, Simplicity, Clarity: this is the motto of how Francesco Rossi, a former Economics and Management of the Public Sector Master student of the Free University of Bolzano, understands the world. His ultimate goal is to work for an European Institution because he firmly believes that diversity makes us shine as European citizens. By writing articles, he would like to help other fellow Europeans to better understand Italian affairs, politics and mentality. His interests are: Economic policies, policy-making and Geopolitics.

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Entrance to the Apartheid Museum
This in-depth study analyzes the South African Apartheid’s historical and socio-linguistic dimension. The segregation operated by Apartheid followed the path of a dictatorial system, while language control allowed the segregationist regime to exclude people of colour from the country political and economic life. This is well-reported within the framework of the educational policies and the deliberately racist media propaganda operated at the time.
Giuseppe Conte at the EP
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, despite the resistance of Poland and Hungary, the European Commission allocated 750 billion euros to help European countries to cope with the deep undergoing economic crisis. This article provides an overview of the Recovery Fund, with a closer look at Italy and at Italian strategies by exploring possibilities and threats.
Syria, Aleppo
In 2011, during the “Arab Spring”, groups of citizens in the Arab world started to protest their national governments. To have better inter-group communication and to organise public rallies and protests, citizens used social media platforms. Those directly involved in these events reported everything on social media, becoming sort of reporters, warning the world of what was happening in real-time. This article analyses the media coverage of the Syrian civil war, with a closer look at cases of citizen journalism and the effects on Syrian citizens.
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