IAI presented its 2022 Italian Foreign Policy Report during an event on February 16th featuring policymakers, journalists and national experts. The Report, developed as part of the Strategic Partnership with the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation, is the product of the work of a group of researchers at the Institute coordinated by the Italian Foreign Policy Programme. The 2022 edition of the Report examines the main challenges that emerged during the past year – the war against Ukraine and the energy crisis – and their implications for the traditional pillars of Italy’s foreign policy – the European, Mediterranean and transatlantic dimensions. Specific attention is paid to the Italian contribution to the European and Atlantic security system, Italy’s strategy towards Sub-Saharan Africa, the renewed attention to the issue of migration, Italy’s relations with China and the Italian role in multilateral organisations and development cooperation. Underlying themes are the elements of continuity and rupture in the foreign policy of the governments led by Mario Draghi and Giorgia Meloni, as well as the possible scenarios and choices facing the Italian government in 2023.
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