Edited By Lucia Bonfreschi, Giovanni Orsina and Antonio Varsori
About the author
Lucia Bonfreschi, PhD, is assistant professor in political history at IMT-Lucca and adjunct professor at Luiss-Guido Carli University, Rome. She is the author of Raymond Aron e il gollismo, 1940-1969 (2014); The Re-Emergence of Territorial Cleavage in West European Politics: Regionalism in Historical Perspective (1960s–1990s) (with M. Maccaferri, 2015).
Giovanni Orsina, PhD, is professor of contemporary history, director of the Master in European Studies and deputy director of the School of Government at Luiss-Guido Carli University, Rome. Among his recent publications: Il berlusconismo nella storia d’Italia (2013), translated in English and French; L’alternativa liberale. Malagodi e l’opposizione al centro sinistra (2010).
Antonio Varsori is full professor of history of international relations at the Department of Politics, Law and International Studies of the University of Padua. He is the chairman of the liaison committee of historians of Contemporay Europe at the European Commission and the editor of the journal Ventunesimo Secolo. Among his recent publications: Radioso maggio. Come l’Italia entrò in guerra (2015); Storia internazionale. Dal 1919 a oggi (2015); L’Italia e la fine della guerra fredda. La politica estera dei governi Andreotti (1989-1992) (2013).
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