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Greek dissent vis-à-vis the Cyprus dispute


The focus is on dissenting voices within Greece regarding the Cyprus conflict and the state’s bilateral relations with Turkey over two decades critical for the evolution of the dispute, from 1954 until the Turkish invasion. These voices prioritized Greece’s strategic position within the Western alliance during the Cold War and harbored a nuanced understanding of the potential drawbacks of advocating for Εnosis, emphasizing the pragmatic considerations of Greece’s broader national interests in relation to Turkey.

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