Matteo Salvini: décryptage de la méthode du capitaine

by | Aug 17, 2019 | Experts, Governance, Negotiation | 0 comments

A la suite d’une controverse concernant les migrants entrant en Italie, le professeur Davide Rodogno explore les méthodes de direction du politicien italien Matteo Salvini et sa transmission des sentiments de racisme et de xénophobie à travers des réseaux sociaux.

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