Evanthis Hatzivassiliou,Svetozar Rajak (chair)
2 November 2010, 6.30pm, B212
The presentation will focus on the schools of thought that emerged in Greek foreign policy-making during the Cold War, and on the ways that Athens tried to implement these strategies. How did a small state view a global process such as the Cold War? How did the Greek civil war influence the perceptions of official Athens in 1946-9? What was the impact of a growing anti-Americanism which was strengthened after the humiliating experience of the 1967-74 dictatorship? How did Athens view the transatlantic relationship?
Dr Evanthis Hatzivassiliou is an assistant professor of contemporary history at the History Department of the University of Athens and editor of the Modern and Contemporary History series of Patakis Publications
Dr Svetozar Rajak is Senior Lecturer in the International History department, Academic Director of LSE IDEAS.
B212, 2nd Floor Columbia House, London School of Economics. Map.