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Still in Need of a Strategy


–– Rejoinder, 48 Years Later ––
Altiero Spinelli’s 1967 article was an objective, logical analysis of Italian foreign policy and, at the same time, a manifesto for what had to be done and what he intended to foster and encourage. A small part of this he had already achieved by establishing the Istituto Affari Internazionali, in Rome, in 1965. How do things stand today, almost fifty years later? Is it still possible to think that the tension between supranational integration and national sovereignty will determine our future and to think of Italy as that basically opportunist international actor lacking inspiration that Spinelli described? […]

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