Executive Summary

December 2010
Greece Defence & Security Report;Q4 2010, p5
Industry Profile
The article presents a summary of the state of Greece defence and security as of the fourth quarter of 2010. A moderate but significant level of internal unrest is sustained by protest against the austerity measures implemented by the Greek government. Further demonstrations are driven by plans to push through with budget cuts and labour reforms. There is a low risk of conflict with neighbour Turkey, but an attack by Iran is not ruled out.


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