July 4, 2014

Italian Diplomacy Just Got Younger

Walter Mayr, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi promised change for his country. His new foreign minister, Federica Mogherini, embodies the desire to shake things up. Just 41 years old, she lacks extensive experience, but is full of confidence.

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TAGGED: Federica Mogherini, Matteo Renzi, Europe, Italy

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