A NAME FOR A CONFLICT OR A CONFLICT FOR A NAME? AN ANALYSIS OF GREECE'S DISPUTE WITH FYROM
- THE "ENDURING RIVALRY" BETWEEN GREECE AND TURKEY: CAN 'DEMOCRATIC PEACE' BREAK IT? Kirisçi, Kemal // Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations;Spring2008, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p38
The purpose of this paper is not to provide and evaluate the long list of inter-state disputes between Greece and Turkey. Instead, the paper will focus on how it might be possible to break out of this pattern of conflicts and break or undo a rivalry that has endured half a century of relentless...
- Law, Politics and History in International Relations: Macedonia and Greece. Maleski, Denko // New Balkan Politics;2010, Issue 12, p1
The article discusses the legal, political and historical aspects of the relationship between Macedonia and Greece. The Macedonian identity was considered a threat to the Greek identity as well as to the cohesion of the Greek-Macedonian national identity. According to the author, Macedonia is...
- Pride, prejudice, and myopia. Greek foreign policy in a time warp. Rizopoulos, Nicholas X. // World Policy Journal;Fall93, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p17
Discusses Greek's outdated foreign policy under the leadership of Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis. Effect of pride, prejudice, and myopia in decision making; Greece's pro-Serbian bias on the Yugoslav crisis; Opposition to world recognition of the Macedonian republic; Legacy of Socialist...
- Foreign Relations. // Greece Country Review;2011, p69
The article offers an overview of the international relations among member countries in the United Nations (UN), European Union (EU), and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) wherein Greece is one amongst its members.
- Greece and Macedonia: Foes no more. // U.S. News & World Report;9/18/95, Vol. 119 Issue 11, p24
Explains that there has been a breakthrough in a two-year feud between Greece and the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia. Reasons for the dispute; Both sides scheduled to meet in New York in September 1995 to sign a compromise agreement; Why the sudden prospect of a Bosnian peace settlement...
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Tanzania;Sep2005, p7
Provides information on foreign relations of Tanzania. Involvement of the country in regional and international organizations; Participation of the country in efforts to promote the peaceful resolution of disputes; Relations between the country and the U.S.
- The Application of the Principle Uti Possidetis Juris to the Dispute between El Salvador and Honduras. Etinski, Rodoljub // Proceedings of Novi Sad Faculty of Law;2011, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p85
The task of the Chamber was to resolve the land, island and maritime dispute between El Salvador and Honduras by the law. Article 5 of the Special Agreement of 24 May 1984 defines applicable law in broad and general terms: In accordance with the provisions of the first paragraph of Article 38 of...
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Greece;January 2005, p9
Focuses on the foreign relations of Greece as of 2005. Economic relations of Greece with the Balkan countries and the Middle East; Relationship of Greece with its south-central European neighbors; Issues in Greek foreign policy on Macedonia and Albania.
- Macedonia's President Kiro Gligorov was seriously injured in a car bomb. Hanson, Cynthia; Coolidge, Shelley Donald // Christian Science Monitor;10/4/95, Vol. 87 Issue 217, p2
Informs about the car bomb attack that hampered the commencement of peace talks between Greek and Macedonian diplomats scheduled for October 3, 1995. Causalities of the attack.