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Giorgia Meloni

Italy’s Foreign Policy: China and G-7 Leadership 

Italy’s Foreign Policy: China and G-7 Leadership 

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Rachel Rizzo.

How to De-Risk From China: Lessons From Italy

How to De-Risk From China: Lessons From Italy

By Nicola Casarini
Italy’s de-risking has been a gradual, and often winding, process of reducing critical dependencies on China. But is it permanent?
Japan, Italy Agree to Further Strengthen Bilateral Defense Ties

Japan, Italy Agree to Further Strengthen Bilateral Defense Ties

By Takahashi Kosuke
Meeting in Tokyo, Prime Ministers Kishida Fumio and Giorgia Meloni discussed naval port calls, enlarged joint exercises, and expanded cooperation.

Hedging ‘Light’: Italy’s Intermezzo With China’s Belt and Road Initiative

Hedging ‘Light’: Italy’s Intermezzo With China’s Belt and Road Initiative

By Elisabetta Nadalutti and Jürgen Rüland
What explains Rome’s brief engagement with the BRI?

Italy Wants to Exit the Belt and Road – But Without Curbing Ties With China

Italy Wants to Exit the Belt and Road – But Without Curbing Ties With China

By Nicola Casarini
Even after Italy’s BRIexit, the central government, companies, and local authorities will likely continue, and even boost, relations with China across the board.

Italy’s Pivot: Unravelling China’s Belt and Road?

Italy’s Pivot: Unravelling China’s Belt and Road?

By Usman Zulfiqar Ali
If Italy formally withdraws from the Belt and Road, it would be another blow to the prestige of Xi Jinping's signature foreign policy initiative.

A New Chapter in India-Italy Relations?

A New Chapter in India-Italy Relations?

By Dario Cristiani
Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni was the guest of honor of this year’s Raisina Dialogue, where India and Italy upgraded their relationship. 
Why and How Italy and Japan Are Upgrading Their Partnership

Why and How Italy and Japan Are Upgrading Their Partnership

By Dario Cristiani
Prime Minister Kishida Fumio’s recent visit to Italy highlighted the growing convergence between the two countries.

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