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Sex scandals, divorce, alleged links to the mafia, showman, entrepreneur, and as some might describe him – the politically incorrect politician. The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sworn in four times since 1994, but is Berlusconi a glimpse of political leadership of the future? What is the cost of populism, Berlusconi-style, for democracy?

By: The OpenLearn Team (The Open University)

  • Duration 13 minutes
  • Updated Sunday 24th October 2010

Track 1: The politically incorrect Politician

Showman, entertainer, and as some might describe him - the politically incorrect politician; is Berlusconi a glimpse of political leadership of the future?



Tracks in this podcast:

Track Title Description
1 The politically incorrect Politician Showman, entertainer, and as some might describe him - the politically incorrect politician; is Berlusconi a glimpse of political leadership of the future? Play now The politically incorrect Politician
2 Perspective: the politically incorrect Politician Elections once every four years, an all or nothing choice, is probably outdated - but what is the cost of populism, such as achieved by Berlusconi, for democracy? Join Dr Geoff Andrews, and his guests, for a roundtable discussion. Play now Perspective: the politically incorrect Politician
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