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Greece''s position on the possible accession of Turkey to the European Union has been a topic which has been investigated and discussed by many scholars in the past 20 years. However, there are few books which actually explain in detail the actual shift of Greece''s position towards Turkey''s EU membership prospects. This book attempts to provide the reader with a time line of the events and analysis of how Greece shifted from being Turkey''s stumbling block in its path to EU accession to becoming its most ardent supporter among EU member states. The analysis is supported not only by the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Greece''s position on the possible accession of Turkey
to the European Union has been a topic which has been
investigated and discussed by many scholars in the
past 20 years. However, there are few books which
actually explain in detail the actual shift of
Greece''s position towards Turkey''s EU membership
prospects. This book attempts to provide the reader
with a time line of the events and analysis of how
Greece shifted from being Turkey''s stumbling block in
its path to EU accession to becoming its most ardent
supporter among EU member states. The analysis is
supported not only by the presentation of historical
events, but also through a focus on the people who
influenced this change and played an important part
in the gradual shift of Greece''s political position
towards its neighbor. The analysis should help
readers better understand what happened in the years
leading to the Helsinki EU meeting in 1999 and how
that helped transform Greece''s position from then on.
The book provides an easy to understand explanation
to the events which should be useful for scholars,
students and anyone who is interested in the subject
in Greece, Turkey and beyond.
Autorenporträt
Dimitrios Lucas: Completed his Masters'' Degree studies at the
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium after living for many
years and studying in the United States at the University of
California, Irvine. He currently lives and works in Athens,
Greece and maintains a strong interest in Greek and European
politics.