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60 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Greece and Bulgaria: Challenges and Benefits of the Reconciliation Process

60 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Greece and Bulgaria: Challenges and Benefits of the... Südosteuropa 62 (2014), no. 3, 326-347 TONKA KOSTADINOVA 60 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Greece and Bulgaria: Challenges and Benefits of the Reconciliation Process th Abstract. In 2014, Greece and Bulgaria celebrate the 60 anniversary of the 1954 restoration of diplomatic relations . The history of the Greek–Bulgarian rapprochement after decades of hostility and national rivalry represents a unique case of postwar recovery and reconciliation, comparable only to the German – French example . Indeed, the course of Greek – Bulgarian relations is particularly interesting because it often transcends the specific aspects of bilateral developments and takes account of broader geopolitical processes, such as the conflicting uS and Soviet stances on key Cold War issues or the energy rivalry in the post-1989 period. Using the method of diachronic analysis, the article gives an overview of the development of Greek – Bulgarian relations, as it seeks to outline the major ements of the past and achiev the possible challenges for the future . ka KTon aostadinov is assistant Professor at the National Museum of Military History, Sofia. Greek–Bulgarian Relations in Times of Transition, 1954–1974 Greek – Bulgarian relations during the last six decades offer an interesting precedent in Balkan and European http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Comparative Southeast European Studies de Gruyter

60 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Greece and Bulgaria: Challenges and Benefits of the Reconciliation Process

Comparative Southeast European Studies , Volume 62 (3): 22 – Mar 1, 2014

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2701-8199
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10.1515/soeu-2014-620304
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Südosteuropa 62 (2014), no. 3, 326-347 TONKA KOSTADINOVA 60 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Greece and Bulgaria: Challenges and Benefits of the Reconciliation Process th Abstract. In 2014, Greece and Bulgaria celebrate the 60 anniversary of the 1954 restoration of diplomatic relations . The history of the Greek–Bulgarian rapprochement after decades of hostility and national rivalry represents a unique case of postwar recovery and reconciliation, comparable only to the German – French example . Indeed, the course of Greek – Bulgarian relations is particularly interesting because it often transcends the specific aspects of bilateral developments and takes account of broader geopolitical processes, such as the conflicting uS and Soviet stances on key Cold War issues or the energy rivalry in the post-1989 period. Using the method of diachronic analysis, the article gives an overview of the development of Greek – Bulgarian relations, as it seeks to outline the major ements of the past and achiev the possible challenges for the future . ka KTon aostadinov is assistant Professor at the National Museum of Military History, Sofia. Greek–Bulgarian Relations in Times of Transition, 1954–1974 Greek – Bulgarian relations during the last six decades offer an interesting precedent in Balkan and European

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Comparative Southeast European Studiesde Gruyter

Published: Mar 1, 2014

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