Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino (R) speaks as she attends a media conference with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Rome (REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi).
Should Washington be Concerned with Italy's Iran Policy?
March 10, 2014,
As Italy's youngest ever Prime Minister Matteo Renzi leads the new Italian government, he will be closely watched by U.S. officials to see if his government’s handling of Italy’s relationship with Iran differs from his predecessors. Riccardo Alcaro argues that U.S. concern over the recent flurry of exchanges between Italy and Iran should not be viewed as being driven by economic interest alone.