Italy’s foreign policy in the 1920s, between aspirations to hegemony in the Balkans and a policy of forced peace. A hot year for Yugoslavia, 1928 In the first part, the essay provides a general overview of Italian foreign policy towards Southeastern Europe in the 1920s. In its second and more detailed part, it deals with the year 1928, which was particularly troubled in the Balkans and mainly in Yugoslavia, and with the political and diplomatic initiatives implemented by Rome towards the area and in particular towards the SHS Kingdom. The study highlights some of the uncertainties of this policy (e.g., regarding the support given to the Croatian and Macedonian national movements) that stemmed from the opinions of Mussolini, but also of Dino Grandi, undersecretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and from those of the network of Italian diplomats in the Balkan capitals. Particularly significant information and suggestions came from Minister Galli, the Italian representative in Belgrade.

Guida, F. (2021). La politica estera dell’Italia negli anni Venti, tra aspirazione all’egemonia nei Balcani e politica di pace obbligata. Un anno caldo per la Jugoslavia, il 1928,. QUALESTORIA, XLIX(1), 83-99.

La politica estera dell’Italia negli anni Venti, tra aspirazione all’egemonia nei Balcani e politica di pace obbligata. Un anno caldo per la Jugoslavia, il 1928,

francesco guida
2021

Abstract

Italy’s foreign policy in the 1920s, between aspirations to hegemony in the Balkans and a policy of forced peace. A hot year for Yugoslavia, 1928 In the first part, the essay provides a general overview of Italian foreign policy towards Southeastern Europe in the 1920s. In its second and more detailed part, it deals with the year 1928, which was particularly troubled in the Balkans and mainly in Yugoslavia, and with the political and diplomatic initiatives implemented by Rome towards the area and in particular towards the SHS Kingdom. The study highlights some of the uncertainties of this policy (e.g., regarding the support given to the Croatian and Macedonian national movements) that stemmed from the opinions of Mussolini, but also of Dino Grandi, undersecretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and from those of the network of Italian diplomats in the Balkan capitals. Particularly significant information and suggestions came from Minister Galli, the Italian representative in Belgrade.
Guida, F. (2021). La politica estera dell’Italia negli anni Venti, tra aspirazione all’egemonia nei Balcani e politica di pace obbligata. Un anno caldo per la Jugoslavia, il 1928,. QUALESTORIA, XLIX(1), 83-99.
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