The trajectories of peace movements from the end of the Cold War to the war in the Ukraine
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The topic is addressed considering the evolution of the Italian peace movements and the political cultures that have emerged. Confronting the ‘new wars’ rooted in nationalism, as in the case of former Yugoslavia, and the US wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the peace movements have developed a broader understanding of the roots of conflicts, of the global dimension of military threats, of the importance of direct actions of solidarity with war victims. Such visions have emerged again in 2022, when Italy experienced widespread mobilisations against the war in the Ukraine
- Peace movements
- Former Yugoslavia wars
- Iraqi war