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The Greek paradox : promise vs. performance

Author: Νικολαϊδη, Καλυψώ ; ; Graham T Allison; Kalypso Nicolaïdis
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : The MIT Press, ©1997.
Series: CSIA studies in international security.
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As a bridge between the East and West, a pole of stability in the Balkans, and a Mediterranean crossroads, Greece could play a significant role in the post-Cold War world. But Greece's performance in domestic and international policy falls short of this promise. The essays in The Greek Paradox look at some of the reasons for this gap and suggest possible political and economic reforms. The contributors shed light on  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Νικολαϊδη, Καλυψώ ; ; Graham T Allison; Kalypso Nicolaïdis
ISBN: 0262510928 9780262510929
OCLC Number: 35658069
Description: xix. 182 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface / Gianna Angelopoulos-Daskalaki and Graham T. Allison --
1. What is the Greek Paradox? / Kalypso Nicolaidis --
2. Greek Politics & Society in the 1990s / P. Nikiforos Diamandouros --
3. The Greek Economy: Performance, Expectations, & Paradoxes / Stavros B. Thomadakis --
4. Greek Security Issues / Monteagle Stearns --
5. The Temptation of Purgatory / Misha Glenny --
6. Greece in the 1990s: The Challenge of Reform / Dimitris Keridis --
7. Greece between Yesterday and Tomorrow / Basilios E. Tsingos --
8. Greece: An Agenda for Reform / Alexis Papahelas --
9. Greece & the Balkans: Implications for Policy / F. Stephen Larrabee --
10. Rethinking Security in the Post-Yugoslav Era / Susan L. Woodward
Series Title: CSIA studies in international security.
Responsibility: editors, Graham T. Allison & Kalypso Nicolaïdis.

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The contributors, both scholars and policymakers, examine a range of contemporary issues in the Balkans and on NATO's southern flank. The essays shed light on nation building, political and economic  Read more...

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