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The Fallacies of the Cyprus “Problem”

The Fallacies of the Cyprus “Problem”

If anyone wants genuinely to find a solution to the Cyprus “problem”, they should start where all negotiations should have had started since 1974: Turkey.

Diasporas and International Relations

Diasporas and International Relations

Diasporas find themselves in between two countries, having an emotional investment in two nations, and preserving social connections in two societies.

In Good Faith? Reconsidering the Impact of Religion on Negotiated Settlements

In Good Faith? Reconsidering the Impact of Religion on Negotiated Settlements

Responses provoked by the religious identity of insurgents may be as crucial to explaining the dearth of negotiated settlements as how religion shapes rebel behavior.

Engaging with Contested States: How Much Interaction Constitutes Recognition?

Engaging with Contested States: How Much Interaction Constitutes Recognition?

The issue of engagement without recognition, where states interact (or choose not to interact) with ‘contested states’ is of increasing importance and raises issues of real practical significance.

Old Wine in New Wineskins: Elections in Cyprus and their ‘Impact’ on Negotiations

Old Wine in New Wineskins: Elections in Cyprus and their ‘Impact’ on Negotiations

It is unlikely the new Turkish Cypriot leadership will push for enhanced and speedy negotiations. The UN and the EU can only facilitate a solution in Cyprus if there are meaningful negotiations.

Cypriot Women’s Struggles for Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325

Cypriot Women’s Struggles for Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325

Cyprus’ problems go beyond ethnicized politics into the fabric of its social order. A gender equality perspective can liberate men and women to build a healthier, just and democratic society.

Economic Crisis in Cyprus: Repercussions, Turkey and the Turkish-Cypriots

Economic Crisis in Cyprus: Repercussions, Turkey and the Turkish-Cypriots

Given Cyprus’ loss of diplomatic leverage due to the needed economic aid/bail-out, Cyprus needs to proceed with caution toward the EU, while standing by the Turkish-Cypriot community.

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