James is a Milan-based British journalist who has written about Italy for the last ten years.

He is a stringer for The Times of London's world desk focusing on Italian news and is the Financial Times's opera critic in Italy.

James has also written for publications including The New York Times, The Guardian and The Economist. During a brief spell at the Reuters Berlin bureau, he covered breaking news, financial results and the Berlinale film festival. As a former GroundTruth Migration Fellow, James created a documentary and long-form multimedia feature about innovative approaches to integrating migrants in Palermo, the former capital of the Sicilian mafia

James Imam

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James Imam
Migration, nationalism

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Inside Iceland's blood farms

REYKJAVÍK – This investigation explored the controversy around PMSG, a hormone used for meat production: How it is produced, why and where it is used, ethical debates, and the complex legal battles around it.

farms for horse hormones