The Eastern Question: The Last Phase : a Study in Greek-Turkish Diplomacy
Pella Publishing Company, 2000 - 139 pages
An authoritative analysis of the complex issues that defined Greek-Turkish relations all through the twentieth century and remain sensitive to this day.
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