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Workshop on Greek-Turkish Relations at Harvard

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Originally From: Dimitris_Keridis/FS/KSG@ksg.harvard.edu

Greek-Turkish Relations in the Post-Cold War Era:
Crisis or Detente?

A Workshop Jointly Organized by the Greek Study Group of the Center for European Studies and the Kokkalis Program on Southeastern and East-Central Europe at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

12:00 Introduction:
Charles S. Maier, Center for European Studies
Eleni Mahaira-Odoni, Center for European Studies
Kalypso Nicolaidis, John F. Kennedy School of Government

12:15 pm Panel A: Chair/Discussant: Nikos Zahariadis, State University of New York- New Paltz

Prospects for a Greek-Turkish Detente in the Post-Cold War Era: A Greek Perspective,
Van Coufoudakis, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana

The Quest for a Cyprus Settlement and Implications for Greek-Turkish Relations,
Tozun Bahcheli, King's College, Canada

The Security Domain: A U.S. Perspective,
Monteagle Stearns, Former U.S. Ambassador to Greece

The Security Domain: A European Perspective
Phil Gordon, International Institute of Strategic Studies, UK

2:30 pm Coffee Break

2:50 pm Panel B: Chair/Discussant: Dimitris Keridis, Tufts University

Political and Social Change in Turkey: Implications for Greek-Turkish Relations,
Sabri Sayari, Institute of Turkish Studies, Georgetown U.

Perils of Timing and Problems of Legitimacy: Challenges to a Greek-Turkish Rapprochement , E. Prodromou, Princeton U.

National 'Memories': Understanding the Other, Taming your Own
Halil Berktay, History Department, Bogazici University, Turkey

Building Sustainable Peace on Cyprus, Diana Chigas, Conflict Management Group

5:15 pm Conclusion:
Tom Niles, Vice-President of the National Defense University and Former U.S. Ambassador to Greece

Friday November 14, 12:00 - 5:30 p.m., Lower Conference Room
Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 27 Kirkland Street,
Cambridge

For more information please contact:

Dimitris Keridis
John F. Kennedy School of Government
The Kokkalis Program at Harvard
79 John F. Kennedy Street, Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
3 Premetis Street, 15125 Marousi, Greece
tel: 617-4968691, fax: 617-4965747, e-mail: Dimitris_Keridis@ksg.harvard.edu
tel: 30-1-6805451 & 30-1-6805452, fax: 30-1-6805453
or visit our web site at http://www.ksg.harvard.edu .


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