This title was first published in 2002. An important examination of an international event from the perspective of Greek foreign policy, within the wider context of foreign policy in European integration
’Tziampiris displays a keen researcher’s eye and sound judgement coupled with a lucid style and sense of proportion…’ Millennnium: Journal of International Studies
Contents: The theory of institutionalism; EPC as an international regime; One of the most explosive topics in the universe; The politics of Greek cooperation, June1991 - January 1992; The politics of Greek cooperation: explanation and decline; The challenge of Samaras, February - April 1992; The politics of limited Greek cooperation and confrontation, April - December 1992; Conclusions; Appendices; Bibliography; Index.
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