Sergio Romano carries a lot of weight on Italian turf. The historian, political analyst and commentator served as the Italian Ambassador to Moscow at the twilight of the Soviet Union and later suspended his diplomatic career to focus on research and teaching. Even those who differ in opinion admit his viewpoint is always illuminating, informative, occasionally prophetic. We sat down with him to talk about America, Europe and the subject of his latest book: Putin
Interview with Gianfranco Rosi, the critically acclaimed Italian director of the documentary 'Fire at Sea', winner of the Golden Bear at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival and Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming 89th Academy Awards. Now opening in North American theaters.
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The youngest president in the history of NIAF talks about his first years on the job, explains how the organization works, and outlines his views for the future. He also touches upon delicate topics such as NIAF’s relationship with other Italian-American organizations, and he prides NIAF’s partnership with i-Italy.
Letizia Airos in a pause during the shooting of the video "Design Speaks Italian" at Ferrari Store in Manhattan
Da ora gli italiani residenti in New Jersey non dovranno più recarsi a Manhattan per ottenere il loro documento di espatrio italiano. E' stata consegnata al console onorario di Clifton, Dominic Caruso, la postazione mobile per la rivelazione delle impronte biometriche. I dati registrati a Clifton verranno infatti trasmessi al Consolato Generale che spedirà il passaporto agli utenti. L'evento si è svolto alla presenza del console generale Francesco Genuardi, il sottosegretario agli Affari Esteri, Enzo Amendola ed il CGIE Silvana Mangione, Giulio Picolli, rappresentante dell'Associazione italiana Ieri, Oggi, Domani, e tanti altri connazionali.
E vi raccontiamo la storia di Ferruccio e Francesca. E' loro il primo passaporto rilasciato a Clifton
Stefania Giannini, the Italian Minister of Education, at the Italian Consulate in NYC
Interview in New York with the Minister of Education, Universities, and Research – Stefania Giannini. “I believe that now more than ever, the key words of the education and school systems – as well as society as a whole – are openness, inclusion, and equality. Through my political action, inspired by what I would call a liberal vision of the world, I’m trying to affirm these principles.”
Intervista a New York con Ministro dell'Università, Istruzione e Ricerca, Stefania Giannini.
“Credo che oggi più che mai la parole chiare fondamentali dei sistemi educativi, dei sistemi scolastici e dell’intera società siano apertura, inclusione, uguaglianza. Nella mia azione politica, ispirata ad una visione direi liberale del mondo, sto cercando di affermare questi principi.”
From now on Italian residents in New Jersey will not have to go to Manhattan to obtain their documents to travel abroad. A mobile fingerprint scanner was revealed and given to the Honorary Italian Consulate of Clifton. The data recorded in Clifton will be transmitted to the Italian General Consulate that will then send the passport to the user. The event was attended by Italian Consular General, Francesco Genuardi; the undersecretary of Foreign Affairs, Enzo Amendola, and the CGIE, Silvana Mangione; representative of the Italian Association Ieri, Oggi, Domani, Giulio Picolli; and many other prominent figures.
This is the story of Ferruccio, Francesca, and the first passport granted in Clifton.
During his recent visit to New York City Ambassador Armando Varricchio sat with i-ItalyTV for a long conversation about his new job. We touched upon a number of topics, spanning from culture to technology to the new wave of Italians coming to the UStoday.