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The New Geopolitical Landscape in the Eastern Mediterranean: the Israeli Perception
Eastern Mediterranean Geopolitical Review (2015)
  • Zenonas Tziarras
Abstract
The article investigates the role of Israel in Eastern Mediterranean affairs, and particularly the dynamics of its participation in the new partnership with Cyprus and Greece, through the prism of its past and future relations with Turkey. It identifies the background context that led to current regional relations in the Eastern Mediterranean, evaluates the character and objectives of the Israeli-Cypriot-Greek (and Egyptian) partnership, and examines the prospects of this multiparty cooperation and mutual exclusiveness, under the light of future Turkish-Israeli relations.
Keywords
  • Israel,
  • Greece,
  • Cyprus,
  • Turkey,
  • Turkish foreign policy,
  • Israeli foreign policy,
  • Eastern Mediterranean,
  • Syria,
  • Middle East,
  • MENA,
  • energy security,
  • energy geopolitics,
  • International Relations
Publication Date
Fall 2015
Citation Information
Zenonas Tziarras. "The New Geopolitical Landscape in the Eastern Mediterranean: the Israeli Perception" Eastern Mediterranean Geopolitical Review Vol. 1 (2015) p. 32 - 43
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/zenonas_tziarras/49/