Il dottor Sottile, Giuliano Amato (author of the Lisbon Treaty and its predecessors) will be speaking on this attractive topic - Regulating Global Markets in Times of Crisis - at Rome's La Sapienza at three this afternoon. While many of us are most disappointed that he has not figured in the new Italian government (which is overloaded with a preachy Prime Minister and his grey, male acolytes) Angels remains convinced that he had a great deal to do with its installation.
There is no advance text. It's stand-up, ad lib. The audience of lawyers will find it is greatly augmented by interested political passers-by.
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