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|Ch. 2||Greece's New Strategic Environment||7|
|Ch. 3||Balkan Security After the Fall of Milosevic: Challenges and Implications for Greece||39|
|Ch. 4||The Political Economy of Infrastructure Development in and Around Southeastern Europe||73|
|Ch. 5||Conclusions and Policy Directions||103|
This report explores the new geopolitical environment Greece faces, paying special attention to the implications for southeastern Europe and transatlantic relations. The report also explores options for Greek strategy and offers some new directions for policy in Greece and on both sides of the Atlantic.
The study was prepared for and conducted with the generous support of the Kokkalis Foundation and builds on extensive discussions with policymakers and expert observers, including roundtables in the U.S. and Greece and a major international conference held in Athens from November 30-December 2, 2000. The research was undertaken within the International Security and Defense Policy Center of RAND's National Security Research Division and with the cooperation of RAND Europe.
Excerpted from Greece's New Geopolitics by Ian O. Lesser F. Stephen Larrabee Michele Zanini Katia Vlachos Copyright © 2001 by Ian O. Lesser. Excerpted by permission.
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