Stati Uniti e Italia nella grande guerra (1914-1918)
2003, cm 17 x 24, xiv-258 pp.
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An analysis of political relations focused on Wilsonian views of Italy’s role in the war and in the post-war peace making process. At the same time, against the background of the ongoing military operations and of the various national post-war expectations, there emerges the predicament of Italy’s foreign policy, as well as a convergence of opinions between Wilson and Sonnino on several significant issues. This, however, they never realized, owing to a total lack of dialogue.