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Blame it on Kissinger? The international factor and the failure of the “Markezinis Experiment”

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The aborted 1967 attempt of the dictatorship to transform itself into some form of democracy has generally been under-researched, and even more so with regard to its international implications. And yet, the issue of foreign influences on the “Markezinis Experiment” has been given excessive weight – first and foremost by the protagonist himself, who blamed his failure and downfall on negative American interference – namely on the then US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s adversarial stance. Based on the examination of the international context in three main frameworks – namely its relations with the United States, Europe and the Cyprus issue – this article seeks to give an answer to the question of the foreign factor’s impact on the failure of the “experiment”.
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Keywords: Greece; USA; democratic transition; dictatorship; “Markezinis Experiment”

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

Publication date: January 2, 2017

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