Greece's New Geopolitics

Ian Lesser

Published by Rand Publishing, 2001
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Synopsis: Greece has been profoundly affected by recent changes in the international environment, on its borders, and within the country itself. Manylong-standing assumptions about Greek interests and Greece1s role have fallen away and have been supplanted by new approaches. The country has become progressively more modern and more European, and its international policy has become more sophisticated. At the same time, the geopolitical scene has evolved in ways that present new challenges and new opportunities for Athens in its relations with Europe, the United States, and neighboring countries. Many of these challenges cross traditional regional boundaries and underscore Greece1s potential to play a transregional role, looking outward from Europe to the Mediterranean, Eurasia, and the Middle East.

About the Author: IAN LESSER (Ph.D., International Politics, St. Antony's College, Oxford University) is a senior international policy analyst at RAND whose areas of expertise include U.S. foreign policy and strategic planning, NATO and Mediterranean affairs, and international terrorism.

F. STEPHEN LARRABEE (Ph.D., Political Science, Columbia University) is a Senior Staff Member at RAND, Washington, D.C.

MICHELE ZANINI (M.A., Public Policy, Harvard University) is a researcher at RAND who has worked on a number of RAND research projects focusing on NATO strategy in the Balkans and Mediterranean, terrorism, and European defense planning.

KATIA VLACHOS-DENGLER (M.A., Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University) is a doctoral fellow at the RAND Graduate School for Policy Studies. Areas of expertise include security and defense policy, defense industry and European and transatlantic armaments collaboration.

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Title: Greece's New Geopolitics
Publisher: Rand Publishing
Publication Date: 2001
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