Roberto D'Alimonte

Roberto D’Alimonte is professor of political science at LUISS–Guido Carli in Rome and director of the Centro Italiano di Studi Elettorali. He teaches at the Florence campus of New York University, and has been a visiting professor at Yale University and Stanford University.

January 2019, Volume 30, Issue 1

How the Populists Won in Italy

In 2018, Italian voters produced Europe’s first populist majority. Lega and the Five Star Movement, each populist in its own way, collectively won just over half the vote. Now they are locked in a struggle with the EU.