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The Cyprus Issue and the Joint Declaration

by Markella Toumaniou. Originally published on 2014/05/03 On February 11th, 2014, a joint declaration was drawn by Nikos Anastasiades (President of the Republic of Cyprus) and Dervis Eroglou (leader of the Turkish community), the two leaders of Cyprus. It inaugurated… Continue Reading →

Cyprus: There is no “once upon a time” in this story…

by Markella Toumaniou. Originally published on 2014/02/06 Cyprus has been characterized as the newest “victim” in the unveiling of the Eurozone crisis. The financial environment in Cyprus had nothing to fear at the beginning of the international financial crisis. The… Continue Reading →

The rising Natural Gas Industry of Cyprus. Recent developments and Turkey’s reaction.

by Elpida Theodoridou. Originally published on 2013/12/31 This year has been a particularly tough one for Cyprus. The economic crisis has severely hit the banking industry of the island, forcing the country to try resurrecting itself from its ashes. Part… Continue Reading →

Of German Spies, Russian Mafiosis, and a Debt Crisis

By William Debost. Originally published on 2013/01/28 The euro crisis has taken the form of a succession of national crises threatening the integrity of the monetary union. The response, each time, involves heads of European states meeting in Brussels or… Continue Reading →

Turkey-EU Relations at Critical Crossroad

By Sarah Dejaegher. Originally published on 2012/10/17 No other country aspired membership to the European Union for such a long time as Turkey. It’s been twenty-five years since EU-Turkey negotiations began. During this time, the EU was able to exert… Continue Reading →

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