CMS16, 11.6, recommends that English-language translations of foreign-language titles (when needed) be given in parentheses, capitalized sentence style. Notes, however, uses regular English-language title capitalization (headline style) for the translated title. Use the following as examples:
When using foreign words and phrases within the context of a sentence, use italics:
When quoting foreign words and phrases as appellations, however, do not italicize; use quotation marks instead (CMS14, 6.76).
To indicate translations into other languages of a city name, term, etc., use the following form:now