The paper explores the changing geopolitical scene in Greece’s neighbourhood, as well as trends in the Euro-Atlantic area, the broader Middle East and elsewhere, and their implications for Greek strategy and policy. The analysis suggests a need to consider a far wider range of scenarios than has been the case over the last decade. Preserving and extending Greek-Turkish detente will be a critical task, as will adjustment to new foreign policy approaches in Washington, uncertainties in Europe, and the possibility of one or more new nuclear powers emerging in the Middle East over the next decade.

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Title Security and Strategy in the Eastern Mediterranean
Author Ian Lesser
Edition PP005, 2004