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Eva Esztergar & Elizabeth Newton-Moss
01/10/2008

POLITIQUE ET ECONOMIE: MONACO MEDITERRANEAN FOUNDATION WELCOMES HISTORIAN SERGIO ROMANO


"Les nouvelles guerres de religion" - the new religious wars - was the theme of a fascinating talk given by Italian journalist and historian Sergio Romano.


Over 200 people attended the lecture which was organised by the Monaco Mediterranean Foundation in the beautiful Salle Belle Epoque of the Hermitage Hotel.
Mr Romano, who delivered his lecture in impeccable French, has a long and distinguished career as a diplomat and historian specialising in Italian and French history from the 19th and 20th century. He has written numerous books and essays on various subjects, including an interpretation of events in Russia since Gorbachev.
After weaving his way through the past century's religious wars and their origins, he dealt deftly with questions from members of the audience. For example he does not hold much hope for French President Nicolas Sarkozy's initiative to restart the union of countries in the Mediterranean Basin. In his opinion that would effectively split Europe in two. He also believes that the United States effectively "created Mahmoud Ahmadinejad", President of Iran.
After the talk, guests enjoyed a cocktail on the terraces of the hotel.



Par Eva Esztergar & Elizabeth Newton-Moss (dernière modification le 03/10/2008)




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