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Europe Looks at Italy’s Giorgia Meloni With Caution and Trepidation


BRUSSELS — Italy’s likely new prime minister, the far-right, populist and Euroskeptic Giorgia Meloni, once wanted to ditch the euro currency and blasted Italy for “surrendering to the bureaucrats in Brussels” by adhering to European spending rules.

Ms. Meloni, who would be the first far-right nationalist to govern Italy since Mussolini, says that she has moderated her views. But European leaders wonder if she is dissimulating, and the European Union is watching her coalition’s…



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