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Nationalism and Small-State Foreign Policy: The Greek Response to the Macedonian Issue
Nikolaos Zahariadis analyzes the effects of Yugoslav Macedonian nationalism on Greek foreign policy. His findings enhance the theoretical understanding of small-state foreign policy behavior and emphasize the importance of symbols and ideas as sources of interstate disputes.

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