US mediation in Greek-Turkish disputes since 1954
Duke University Press
106 - 124
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In this essay I summarize the historical background of Greek-Turkish relations during the interwar years, the political and security challenges the two states faced at the end of the Second World War, and the beginning of the alliance ties among the United States, Greece, and Turkey. I also examine the most serious Cyprus and Aegean crises along with American mediation and solution efforts. The last part is devoted to US involvement in the post-Cold War era.