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Aldo Moro from an international perspective, book launched at MFA

From 1963 to 1976, Aldo Moro figured prominently in Italian foreign policy and also in some pivotal moments in international politics. Nevertheless, only in recent times has his role in this latter sphere become the object of deep historical study; a study, moreover, that dismisses the prejudiced and stereotypical or simplistic portrayals of this statesman that have often emerged in the past and that, as such, have also involved Italian foreign policy.


“Aldo Moro nella dimensione internazionale. Dalla memoria alla storia”


The book “Aldo Moro nella dimensione internazionale. Dalla memoria alla storia” was launched on 28 November at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Attending the presentation were Maurizio Serra (Italian Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva), Guido Formigoni (Iulm University in Milan), Italo Garzia (University of Bari) and Luciano d’Andrea (director of the Aldo Moro Academy of Historical Studies).


Moro’s commitment and influence in international relations


The book combines historical, sociological and anthropological contributions in an effort to depict Moro’s commitment and influence in international relations, retracing and interpreting the wealth of factors that point to the continuity with which he acted in the various critical contexts he found himself working in.


The book is edited by Alfonso Alfonsi and published by FrancoAngeli Editore, and contains contributions by Antonio Armellini, Abram de Swaan, Harris Memel-Foté, Carla Meneguzzi Rostagni, Marco Montefalcone, Andrea Negrotto di Cambiaso, Leopoldo Nuti, Luciano Tosi and Odd Arne Westad.

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