Valeria Ribechini, La strategia italiana verso il mondo arabo e la regione mediterranea: all’alba del Neoatlantismo

The end of the Second World War unfolded a completely new scenario for the Italian state in which decolonization, pro-Arab politics, Atlanti-cism and Neoatlanticism would be the protagonists of foreign policy. Behind an ambiguous “anticolonial turn”, Italy built a policy of prox-imity to the Arab-Mediterranean region, as part of a broader attempt to position itself as mediator between the West and this geographical area. The consolidation of this strategy subsequently allowed Rome to lay the foundations for a policy of Atlantic revisionism, also known as Ne-oatlanticism, with the aim of putting an end to Italian subordination within Nato and claiming a greater presence in the Mediterranean. 

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