The United States, Italy and N.A.T.O., 1947-52

 
9780333551783: The United States, Italy and N.A.T.O., 1947-52

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Published by Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom (1991)
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Book Description Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom, 1991. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. As a defeated power of World War II, Italy was occupied by US and British military forces, which sought to establish a democratic government. This book analyzes the expansion of US national security interests in Italy. With the onset of the Cold War, the US deepened its commitment to Western Europe and the Mediterranean region and sought to strengthen the Italian government to prevent the Italian Communist Party from gaining power. Ultimately, the United States decided that to assure a stable, non-communist Italy, it would support the inclusion of Italy in the North Atlantic Treaty. Efforts to assure the defence of Western Europe eventually led the United States to re-arm Italy, prompting a western revision of the Treaty of Peace that had placed limitation on Italian arms. In the post war era, the United States extended commitments to new areas and carried out a militarization of its foreign policy. These policies were fully developed in the new, democratic Italy. Bookseller Inventory # LIO9780333551783

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Book Description Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom, 1991. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. As a defeated power of World War II, Italy was occupied by US and British military forces, which sought to establish a democratic government. This book analyzes the expansion of US national security interests in Italy. With the onset of the Cold War, the US deepened its commitment to Western Europe and the Mediterranean region and sought to strengthen the Italian government to prevent the Italian Communist Party from gaining power. Ultimately, the United States decided that to assure a stable, non-communist Italy, it would support the inclusion of Italy in the North Atlantic Treaty. Efforts to assure the defence of Western Europe eventually led the United States to re-arm Italy, prompting a western revision of the Treaty of Peace that had placed limitation on Italian arms. In the post war era, the United States extended commitments to new areas and carried out a militarization of its foreign policy. These policies were fully developed in the new, democratic Italy. Bookseller Inventory # LIO9780333551783

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Book Description Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., 1991. Book Condition: new. English Text. Basingstoke Hampshire, 1991; clothbound, pp. 232. As a defeated power of World War II, Italy was occupied by US and British military forces, which sought to establish a democratic government. This book analyzes the expansion of US national security interests in Italy. With the onset of the Cold War, the US deepened its commitment to Western Europe and the Mediterranean region and sought to strengthen the Italian government to prevent the Italian Communist Party from gaining power. Ultimately, the United States decided that to assure a stable, non-communist Italy, it would support the inclusion of Italy in the North Atlantic Treaty. Efforts to assure the defence of Western Europe eventually led the United States to re-arm Italy, prompting a western revision of the Treaty of Peace that had placed limitation on Italian arms. In the post war era, the United States extended commitments to new areas and carried out a militarization of its foreign policy. These policies were fully developed in the new, democratic Italy. Bookseller Inventory # 3302615

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