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American Foreign Policy in Greece - 1944-1949

Economic, Military and Institutional Aspects


Michael Mark Amen

A case study of Greek-American relations between 1944 and 1949 which tests economic explanations of American foreign relations after World War II. Greece is seen as the trial period for American military activities abroad after 1945, resulting in the Truman Administration's rejection of Wilson's liberal-capitalist internationalism in favor of a permanent military input into policy making.