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Jihadism, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the “Frontier States”, By Dr. Spyridon N. Litsas (BESA)

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Oct. 8, 2018

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The continuing radicalization of Islam, which presents a fundamental security challenge for the western world, gives new dimension to the term ”frontier state.” Greece and Israel have a common strategic role under this label as they are both willing and able to safeguard western interests in the Eastern Mediterranean, a region with an upgraded geostrategic importance. In upgrading the conventional role of the “frontier state,” Greece and Israel can maximize security for the region.

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