The Incomplete Breakthrough in Greek-Turkish Relations: Grasping Greece's Socialization Strategy

Hardcover | March 15, 2010

byPanayotis Tsakonas

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Drawing on the "balancing-bandwagoning" debate, the "socialization" literature and the "democratic peace" argument Panayotis Tsakonas explores how certain domestic, regional, and systemic reasons led Greece to a u-turn in its policy vis-à-vis Turkey and to the adoption of a "strategy of socialization." The book also provides an assessment of Greece's new strategy in terms of successes and failures of its implementation and explores EU's ability to exert its normative effects on Turkey's foreign policy behaviour towards Greece as well as on the Cyprus issue.

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Drawing on the "balancing-bandwagoning" debate, the "socialization" literature and the "democratic peace" argument Panayotis Tsakonas explores how certain domestic, regional, and systemic reasons led Greece to a u-turn in its policy vis-à-vis Turkey and to the adoption of a "strategy of socialization." The book also provides an assessm...

PANAYOTIS TSAKONAS is Assistant Professor in International Relations at the University of the Aegean, Greece.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 8.4 × 5.8 × 0.6 inPublished:March 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230517862

ISBN - 13:9780230517868

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Table of Contents

Introduction * The Origins of Greece's "Socialization Strategy" * Understanding the Greek-Turkish Détente * The Bilateral Mechanisms of Greece's Strategy * The European Union as Agent of Socialization * What Does Turkey's "Europeanization" Mean for Its Relations with Greece? * Conclusions: Assessing Greece's "Socialization Strategy" or What Future for Greek-Turkish Relations? * Appendix