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Germany and Italy after WWII

In Vigoni Paper No. 3/2021, Filippo Triola explains how Italy and Germany established their new political relations between 1947 and 1953. The two governments developed a political strategy in order to 'un-bilateralize' their relationship and place it in the context of political communication centred on the endeavour of European Integration.