Modern Greece: A Partner or Still a Client?
George Kaloudis (Author)
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DescriptionModern Greece, since gaining its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1830, has been a weak country dependent upon great powers. The weakness of the country, its location, and the strategic interests of the Great Powers have invited foreign intervention in the affairs of Greece. An examination of the history and politics of modern Greece would reveal that most crises and important policy decisions were related to foreign pressure.
University Press of America
9 October 2002
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