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American Foreign Policy towards the Colonels’ Greece: Uncertain Allies and the 1967 Coup d’État by Neovi M. Karakatsanis and Jonathan Swarts

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American Foreign Policy towards the Colonels’ Greece: Uncertain Allies and the 1967 Coup d’État by Neovi M. Karakatsanis and Jonathan Swarts

Mediterranean Quarterly , Volume 29 (4) – Dec 1, 2018

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© 2018 by Mediterranean Affairs, Inc.
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1047-4552
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1527-1935
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10.1215/10474552-7345511
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Downloaded from http://read.dukeupress.edu/mediterranean-quarterly/article-pdf/29/4/105/561995/0290105.pdf by DEEPDYVE INC user on 31 March 2022 Reviews 105 Neovi M. Karakatsanis and Jonathan Swarts: American Foreign Policy towards the Colonels’ Greece: Uncertain Allies and the 1967 Coup d’État. New York: Palgrave, 2018. 232 pages. ISBN 978- 1- 137- 52317- 4. $85 (hardcover). Reviewed by Katerina Gardikas. Over the past few decades there have been numerous opportunities for political sci- entists, political historians, and other scholars to memorialize in conferences, edited volumes, monographs, and doctoral theses both the demise of democracy in Greece in April 1967 and its restoration in July 1974. One such occasion came, for instance, last year, 2017, which marked fifty years since the military coup of 21 April. The increased interest in the period when the Colonels’ oppressive regime ruled Greece has been enhanced by the frequent release of new documentation and has produced an abun- dance of works, ranging in perspective from international relations, regional affairs, the Cyprus issue, human rights violations, ideological controversies, resistance movements, and youth movements to, more recently, memory studies. American Foreign Policy towards the Colonels’ Greece: Uncertain Allies and the 1967 Coup d’État by Neovi Karakatsanis and Jonathan Swarts is one of the latest addi-

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