Italy in the Post-Cold War Order: Adaptation, Bipartisanship, Visibility

Italy in the Post-Cold War Order: Adaptation, Bipartisanship, Visibility

By: Maurizio Carbone (editor), Ernesto Gallo (contributor), Newell Newell (contributor), Valter Coralluzzo (contributor), Raffaella A. Del Sarto (contributor), Jason W. Davidson (contributor), Paolo Foradori (contributor), Roberto Belloni (contributor), Hill Hill (contributor), Osvaldo Croci (contributor)Hardback

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Italy in the Post-Cold War Order: Adaptation, Bipartisanship, Visibility, edited by Maurizio Carbone, explains the evolution of Italy's foreign relations since the end of the Cold War. By integrating international and domestic factors, this collection shows how the transition from a bipolar into a unipolar/multipolar world order and the changes in its domestic political context has provided Italy with new opportunities, such as pursuing its commercial and political interests more autonomously, as well as new responsibilities, such as actively contributing to solving international crises and addressing new global threats.

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Maurizio Carbone is the Jean Monnet Chair and Director of the Scottish Jean Monnet Centre of European Excellence. He is also Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes and a senior lecturer in the School of Social and Political Studies at the University of Glasgow.


List of Tables and Figures List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction: Understanding Italy's Role on the World Stage Part I: Contexts and Perspectives Chapter 1: Italian Foreign Policy in the Cold War: A Constant Search for Status Chapter 2: Italian Politics after the End of the Cold War: The Continuation of a Two-Level Game Chapter 3: Italy as a Foreign Policy Actor: The Interplay of Domestic and International Factors Chapter 4: Italy as a Security Actor: New Resolve and Old Inadequacies Chapter 5: Italy as a Development Actor: A Tale of Bipartisan Failure Chapter 6: Italy as a Multilateral Actor: The Inescapable Destiny of a Middle Power Part II: Countries and Regions Chapter 7: Italy and the US: Prestige, Peace, and the Transatlantic Balance Chapter 8: Italy and the EU: Seeking Visibility, Fearing Exclusion Chapter 9: Italy, China and Russia: Costs and Benefits of Building Bridges Chapter 10: Italy in the Mediterranean: Between Europeanism and Atlanticism Chapter 11: Italy in the Balkans: An Emerging Actor in its Neighborhood Chapter 12: Italy in Latin America and South Asia: Struggling to Become More Visible Conclusion: After the Cold War, a World of Opportunity and Greater Responsibility for Italy too Index About the Contributors

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  • publication date: 24/02/2011
  • ISBN13: 9780739137116
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 294
  • ID: 9780739137116
  • weight: 617
  • ISBN10: 0739137115

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