The Role of Cultural Delegations in the Cold War: The Case of China and Italy (1953-1978)

Autori/Curatori: Lorenzo M. Capisani
Anno di pubblicazione: 2020 Fascicolo: 2-3 Lingua: English
Numero pagine: 30 P. 123-152 Dimensione file: 429 KB
DOI: 10.3280/MON2020-002007
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The historical phenomenon of cultural delegations was characterized by several distinctive features during the Cold War and can be considered a significant aspect of cultural relations more in general. The Italian-Chinese case has a certain interest, as it underlines the existence of intricate local dynamics that acquired an increasingly in-ternational dimension throughout the years. Culture was both seen as an issue that stressed the distance between Italy and China and as a possible ground for dialogue. This approach to cultural phenomena shows how, in the context of the Cold War, cul-tural facts permeated political relations as well as commercial ones. The evolution of delegations has been marked by a gradual internationalization and, at the same time, by their being rooted in the national milieu. This process started with the Korean War and reached a turning point with the economic reforms under Deng Xiaoping.

Lorenzo M. Capisani, The Role of Cultural Delegations in the Cold War: The Case of China and Italy (1953-1978) in "MONDO CONTEMPORANEO" 2-3/2020, pp 123-152, DOI: 10.3280/MON2020-002007