Edited By Lucia Bonfreschi, Giovanni Orsina and Antonio Varsori
Notes on contributors
Giulia Bentivoglio is Research Fellow at the Department of Political Sciences, Law and International Studies of the University of Padua. She was lecturer for the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs diplomatic service’s preparatory course. She holds a PhD in History of International Relations and Organizations from the University of Salento and an MA in Transatlantic Studies from the Universities of Birmingham and Padua. She is author of the volume La relazione necessaria. La Gran Bretagna del governo Heath e gli Stati Uniti (1970-1974), Milano, FrancoAngeli, 2011, and of several articles and essays. Her main research interests lie in post-war British foreign policy.
Giovanni Bernardini has been a Researcher at the German-Italian Historical Institute (Trento, Italy) since early 2011. He earned his PhD in History of International Relations from the University of Florence in 2005. He is the author of the book Nuova Germania, antichi timori. Stati Uniti, Ostpolitik e sicurezza europea, Bologna, il Mulino, 2013. In recent years he has published several articles and essays on German foreign policy, the comparative history of the socialist and social democratic parties of Western Europe, and the political and cultural dimensions of the Cold War.
Lucia Bonfreschi PhD is Assistant Professor in Political History at IMT-Lucca and Adjunct Professor of History of Political Institutions at Luiss-Guido Carli University (Rome). Her research interests focus on French and Italian political history, French intellectuals and the history of European integration. Among her recent publications are Raymond Aron e il gollismo,...
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