Il Foglio

Il Foglio

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Il Foglio is an Italian centre-right newspaper, with circulation of about 13,000 copies per day. It was founded in 1996 by the Italian journalist and politician Giuliano Ferrara, after he left as editor of the magazine Panorama


The main editorial policy of Il Foglio (meaning in Italian - "The Sheet", i.e., formed from a single sheet of paper, as used in 19th century newspapers) is a summary of the most important news of the day with comment and analysis on them. Recently the size of the paper has increased, with insert and extra pages incorporated especially on Saturday.


Anglo-American conservatism can roughly be considered its closest political position, especially the policies of the Bush administration. It strongly backed the American intervention against Taliban in 2001 and the war in Iraq in 2003. In Italy it promulgates a neo-conservative line. It features editorials inspired by American newspapers, especially the Wall Street Journal.

In the last five years Il Foglio has strongly supported the Catholic Church and especially Pope Benedict XVI on topics like bioethics and the battle against relativism. It has a pro-Israeli stance.

Il Foglio can also be considered pro-free market in Economics.

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It has often been asked if "Il Foglio" is owned by Silvio Berlusconi. As of April 23, 2006, Giuliano Ferrara declared to the Report Italian news television show (within the...
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