The United States and the Making of Modern Greece: History and Power, 1950-1974

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INDEX
Acheson, Dean, 37–38, 95, 102, 142
Acheson mediation (July–September 1964), 103–5, 177–78
Acheson Plan, 104
Agnew, Spiro, 160; visits Greece, 167– 68
Akritas Plan, 94
Alexandrakis, Menelaos, 108
American exceptionalism, ix
Americanization, viii
Angelis, Odysseus, 160, 166
Anschuetz, Norbert, 103; discussions with Andreas Papandreou, 122, 126– 27, 135; meeting with George Papandreou (June 1965), 121–22; proposes covert operation, 123
Armour, Norman, 71
Asia Minor Catastrophe (1923), 5, 9
ASPIDA (Officers, Save the Fatherland, Ideals, Democracy), 116–17, 120; impact on Greek politics, 117, 128, 145
Athanassiades-Novas, George, 122
Averoff-Tossizza, Evangelos, 61, 67, 71, 91–92, 115, 195
Balance of power: impact on Greece, 2–3
Ball, George, 95–96; assessment of Cyprus situation, 100; collapse of Acheson mediation, 105–6; on Makarios, 181; mission to Eastern Mediterranean (June 1964), 101
Banditry, 5–6
Barham, Richard, 121, 122
Barkman, Carl, 162, 168
Battle, Lucius, 133
Belcher, Taylor, 60, 87, 99, 104–5, 181
Beloyiannis, Nikos, 23–24, 37
Bennett, W. Tapley, 67, 113
Bitsios, Demetrios, 129
Blair, Tony, 84
Bouloukos, Aris, 116
Boyatt, Thomas, 182
Brandt, Willie, 146
Brewster, Daniel, 73, 122; reports coup to Rusk, 146
Briggs, Ellis, 71, 76–77, 81
Bundy, McGeorge, 92, 123
Bush, George W., ix, 84, 210
Byzantine Empire, 10, 15
Callaghan, James, 186, 190; judgment on Kissinger, 202–3
Cannon, Cavendish, 57–58; discussion with Paul I, 67
Castle, Barbara, 62
“Ceaseless struggle,” 76, 78, 124
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 23, 25, 43, 68, 77, 80, 143; analyzes London-Zurich agreements, 63; covert operations, 73–74, 77–78; and disinformation, xii; and elections of 1959, 74–75; and elections of 1961, 76–78; role in Cyprus, 179, 181– 82; and threat of military coup in Greece, 128–29, 132
Charbonniere, Guy de Girard de, 112
Childs, Marquis, 143
Clinton, Bill, 210
Colby, William, 194
Constantine I (king of Greece), 8–9, 117
1. Constantine II (king of Greece), 81, 98, 105, 145, 157, 167; confrontation

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations in the Text xv
  • Introduction - Manifest Destiny Meets the Megali Idea 1
  • 1: The Greek Tar Baby, 1950–1953 23
  • 2: No Report from Cyprus is Ever Cheerful, 1950–1959 44
  • 3: The Right, 1953–1963 66
  • 4: Black Mak Cyprus, 1960–1964 84
  • 5: Coup D'état, 1964–1967 111
  • 6: The Andreas Version, 1967–1973 136
  • 7: Dancing with the Dictators, 1969–1974 157
  • 8: A Perfect Storm 1967–1974 176
  • Epilogue: The Andreas Era 201
  • Notes 213
  • Bibliography 281
  • Index 295
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