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Sala StampaSleeping with the Enemy: The not-so-constant Italian stance towards...

Sleeping with the Enemy: The not-so-constant Italian stance towards Russia


A diffused assumption within the Italian foreign affairs community argues that the relationship between Italy and Russia follows a generally cooperative attitude, fostered by strong cultural, economic and political ties. This narrative misses a significant part of the tale, which is at odds with the idea that the good offices with Moscow represent a ‘constant feature’ of Rome’s foreign policy.


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