Greece: The Modern Sequel : from 1831 to the Present

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Hurst, 2002 - Greece - 407 pages
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This historical essay explores Greece in the 1990s. It seeks to illuminate vital aspects of the Greek phenomenon using themes such as politics, institutions, society, ideology, foreign policy, geography and culture.

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Koliopoulos (Univ. of Thessaloniki) and Veremis (Univ. of Athens & Fletcher Sch., Tufts Univ.) have produced a scholarly, meticulously researched analysis of the origins and development of the modern ... Read full review

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Koliopoulos (Univ. of Thessaloniki) and Veremis (Univ. of Athens & Fletcher Sch., Tufts Univ.) have produced a scholarly, meticulously researched analysis of the origins and development of the modern ... Read full review

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Koliopoulos is Professor of Modern European History at the University of Thessaloniki.

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