Calm, ambiguous, inscrutable, Giulio Andreotti--known variously as "The Sphinx," "Beelzebub" and "Il Divo" (from a nickname for Julius Caesar)--has been a fixture on the Italian political scene for more than four decades. He first entered government in 1946, and has served as Minister of the Interior, Defense, Foreign Affairs, Prime Minister, and currently, at the age of 90, Life Senator. Over the years he has been accused of ordering political assassinations and of betraying anyone... Full synopsis »
April 24, 2009 (NY)
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