Ker-Lindsay, James (2007) The policies of Greece and Cyprus towards Turkey's EU accession. Turkish studies, 8 (1). pp. 71-83. ISSN 1468-3849
This essay analyzes the views of the governments of Greece and Cyprus towards the question of Turkish membership in the European Union. Specifically, it shows that fundamental differences have emerged in the way in which the two perceive the benefits of Turkish engagement with the EU. For Greece, Turkish accession is seen as a transformative process. For the Greek Cypriots, the process of Turkish accession is viewed as a form of leverage. Moreover, and contrary to the prevailing view in certain quarters, there is no evidence of Greek collusion in Greek Cypriot thinking. Indeed, the ability of the Greek government to influence the Greek Cypriot leadership is rather limited.
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|Library of Congress subject classification:||D History General and Old World > DE The Mediterranean Region. The Greco-Roman World
J Political Science > JZ International relations
|Sets:||Research centres and groups > Hellenic Observatory|
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