Carlo Donolo

Southern Question

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The author explains how in the contemporary European political systems, political actors don't pay the proper attention to the most important social issues. The hidden presence of removed national issues reveals a democratic deficit: it is precisely for this reason that today it is necessary to rethink the Southern Question. In this perspective, the Southern Question is an institutional, urban and social matter and it needs to be rethought in a national perspective, given that even the European Union doesn't seem to be interested in its solving.


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