Authors’ notes: The authors thank Andrea Angeli, Andrea Armaro, Fabrizio Battistelli, Claudio Bertolotti, Fausto Biloslavo, Antonella Cerasino, Ilvo Diamanti, Gianluca di Feo, Germano Dottori, Arnaldo Ferrari Nasi, Gen. B. Massimo Fogari, Emanuele Giordana, Piero Ignazi, Pierangelo Isernia, Roberto Menotti, Giuseppe Moles, Pietro Musilli, Alberto Negri, Vincenzo Nigro, Gen. B. Massimo Panizzi and his staff, Maurizio Pessato, Nico Piro, Luigi Ripamonti, and all participants in the 2012 BISA panel “Framing the Afghan War. The nexus between public support and strategic narratives for the war in Afghanistan 2001–2011” for their constructive comments and advices. Carolina De Simone is grateful to G.B. for informal and inspiring conversations. The authors take full responsibility for any mistakes or omissions.
The War That Wasn't There? Italy's “Peace Mission” in Afghanistan, Strategic Narratives and Public Opinion
Article first published online: 11 APR 2014
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2014) The War That Wasn't There? Italy's “Peace Mission” in Afghanistan, Strategic Narratives and Public Opinion. Foreign Policy Analysis, doi: 10.1111/fpa.12056and . (
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