With the end of the Cold War and subsequent to the disintegration of the USSR, new geopolitical realities in the Balkan region have inpressed themselves on Russia's foreign policy formulation. Greece and Turkey, in particular, have posed new challenges and proffered new opportunities. This paper examines thosechanges and challenges and Russia's response to them.
Cold War, Balkan region, Russian foreign policy, Greece, Turkey
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