Israel, Turkey and Greece: Uneasy Relations in the East Mediterranean

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Taylor & Francis, Dec 1, 1987 - History - 124 pages
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The triangle described in this book hardly exists in reality. Tripartiterelations among Greece, Turkey and Israel, if discernible at all, revolvearound the crises which constantly beset the Middle East and the EastMediterranean. Even then, it is not a triangle per se: the three statesseldom pursue a common policy. What is perhaps the most usual featureof their interrelations is the "ganging-up" of two of the sides against thethird. This has been known to happen, for example, when Greece andTurkey pursue an anti-Israeli policy in the Israeli-Arab conflict or whenJerusalem inclines towards a pro.

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