Say, that, Italy remained neutral in World War II. What would happen to its territories and colonies in post-war? I think, that, Italy's territories and colonies, Albania, Libya, the Dodecanese, Eritrea, Somalia and, especially, Ethiopia, would be a very big problem in its foreign relations in the post-war. While the regime would be tolerated by the West for its anti-communism, I believe, that, the decolonization issue would be a very problem. I suspect that the Fascist regime would be unwilling to give up those territories and colonies and the international community, including the West, obviously, wouldn't accept that. So, what would happen? Is there a chance of an Italian Colonial War, akin to the Portuguese Colonial War? Would the Soviet Union and the USA support independence movements in the Italian territories and colonies or would they diplomatically pressure Italy to give them up? Libya could, doubtless, become Italian majority in a couple of decades due to its small/low population and its oil. How would the interntional community, including the West, respond to such an Italian settlement in Libya? And, would the Dodecanese ever have become part of Greece?