In this essay, the author deals with the crisis between the Principality of Serbia and the Ottoman Empire following the Turkish bombardment of Belgrade in June 1862. The main part of the article discusses the Italian attitude towards those events in an attempt to discover the authentic policy of the Kingdom born the previous year (March 1861). The Serbian affairs were the first international test for the new Italian State. After the unification, the Italian policy in the Balkans became more prudent than that of the Risorgimento years (for example in 1849), as the attitude of the Turin government illustrated during the Conference on Serbian aff airs held in Constantinople.
|Titolo:||The Muslim Question in Serbia: the 1862 Bombardment of Belgrade and the Newborn Kingdom of Italy|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Citazione:||D'Alessandri A (2014). The Muslim Question in Serbia: the 1862 Bombardment of Belgrade and the Newborn Kingdom of Italy. In V.G. Pavlović (a cura di), Italy’s Balkan Strategies (19th-20th century) (pp. 29-43). Beograd : Institute for Balkan Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and arts.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|