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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Totoraitis, Ričardas
Title: Italijos užsienio politikos „baltiškosios“ projekcijos 1933 metais
Other Title: Projections of the Italian 'Baltic' foreign policy in 1933
Is part of: Istorija, 2002, t. 52, p. 60-70
Date: 2002
Abstract: As far as the author of the article is concerned, no specific Italian diplomatic sources from the interwar period, which would lend themselves to the direct understanding of the Italian foreign policy and its principles towards the North Eastern Europe and Lithuania, have been published in Lithuanian so far. Therefore the publication of the two documents - the report of 28 March 1933 by Bernardo Atolico, Ambassador of Italy residing in Moscow, and the report of 1 May 1933 by Giovani Amadori, Ambassador of Italy residing in Kaunas - aims at filling in this historiographical gap at least to a small extent. The publication throws some light on how the landmarks of the Italian 'Baltic' foreign policy were formulated, the way Italian diplomats saw and judged Lithuania's as well as other Baltic States' foreign policy in the wider context of Russian, German, and Polish political interests, and the position and role they designed for Italy in the changing European political landscape. [...]
Appears in Collections:Istorija 2002, t. 52

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