"What is Italy's role in the post-Cold War world?" This volume, the first in a series to be published by CSIS in collaboration with liMes, Rivista Italiana di Geopolitica, touches on the central issues of Italy's international presence, from the Atlantic Alliance to the European Union, and from the Mediterranean to the new policy toward eastern Europe, with an eye also to domestic problems, foremost among them the independentist movements in the Italian North. The goal: to give English-speaking readers an authoritative and original picture of the Italian geopolitical scene. This goal will be pursued without departing from the distinct style of the Italian version of liMes: an open mind toward any viewpoint and a focus on specific issues rather than on theories purporting to explain the world with a single formula. In this way CSIS and liMes hope to contribute to the creation of a transatlantic geopolitical forum and to a better understanding, both in the United States and in the international community, of "what Italy stands for."
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Lucio Caracciolo Editor in chief of liMes, Rivista Italiana di Geopolitica
Romeo Corsi Italian diplomat (writing under pseudonym)
Francesco Cossiga Italy's former head of state
Ilvo Diamanti Professor of sociology, Universities of Padova and Urbino
Piero Fassino Italy's under secretary of foreign affairs in charge of European politics Ludovico Incisa di Camerana Italian diplomat Michel Korinman Editor in chief of liMes, Rivista Italiana di Geopolitica
Linus High-ranking military official (writing under pseudonym)
Empedocle Maffia, Director of CSIS's New Italy Project
Roberto Menotti Managing editor of liMes and research fellow, CESPI, Rome
Romano Prodi President of Italy's Council of Ministers
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Descrizione libro Center for Strategic & International Studies, 1997. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria SONG0892063327