Ewolucja polityki zagranicznej Grecji na Bałkanach – wzloty i upadki greckiej dyplomacji w regionie

Evolution of Greek foreign policy in the Balkans – ups and downs of Greek diplomacy in the region

| Artur Adamczyk

ORCID: Artur Adamczyk: 0000-0002-5444-3670

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Pages: 321-348

Edition: Lublin 2021

DOI: https://doi.org/10.36874/RIESW.2021.2.16

Citation method: A. Adamczyk, Ewolucja polityki zagranicznej Grecji na Bałkanach – wzloty i upadki greckiej dyplomacji w regionie, „Rocznik Instytutu Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej” 19(2021), z. 2, s. 321-348, doi: https://doi.org/10.36874/RIESW.2021.2.16.

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Abstract: Głównym celem artykułu jest przedstawienie i analiza ewolucji greckiej polityki wobec Bałkanów od zakończenia zimnej wojny do czasów współczesnych. W artykule zastosowano metodę chronologiczno-opisową oraz studium przypadku. Wskazano, że początkowo grecka polityka w regionie była reaktywna, zachowawcza, nacjonalistyczna i oparta na współpracy z serbskim rządem Miloszewicza, co doprowadziło do marginalizacji jej znaczenia na Bałkanach. Dopiero europeizacja greckiej polityki i oparcie się na strukturach euroatlantyckich wzmocniły pozycję Aten wśród bałkańskich sąsiadów. Niewątpliwie kryzys finansowy ograniczył skuteczność bałkańskiej polityki Grecji, która obecnie ambitnie odbudowuje swój wizerunek jako adwokata państw bałkańskich w UE i NATO.

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