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Easy with a GREP Style, no need for search and replace.
The GREP expression is (?<=–).+
That’s an en-dash before the closing parenthesis. In this example the en dash is not italicized.
This is a positive look behind. It finds text that follows the specified character or characters.
The en dash for the positive look behind to find.
The closing parenthesis for the positive look behind expression
Wildcard, meaning any character
Repeat one or more times. This is applied to the wildcard, meaning the expression will find any characters after an en dash up to the end of the paragraph.
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Or even a nested style, using None through the first dash, and italic through the first forced line break.