Cyprus deadlock forever or another day? by Dennison I. Rusinow

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Published by American Universities Field Staff in Hanover, N.H .

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  • Cyprus -- Politics and government.

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Statementby Dennison I. Rusinow.
SeriesReports / American Universities Field Staff,, 1981, no. 11., Europe, Reports (American Universities Field Staff) ;, 1981, no. 11.
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LC ClassificationsDS54.9 .R87
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Pagination23 p. :
Number of Pages23
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Open LibraryOL3852178M
LC Control Number81170488

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Subjects: Cyprus -- Politics and government. Politics and government; Cyprus. CYPRUS DISPUTE: 25 YEARS OF DEADLOCK. It is 25 years ago this July that Turkish troops first stormed ashore on the coast of northern Cyprus to begin an operation that to this day remains for Greek Cypriots an invasion, and for Turkish Cypriots an act of liberation.

The world now turns to the United Nations as the chief hope for averting a bloody war over Cyprus. Ominously, the latest developments have further raised tensions on the troubled island.

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Writing in the Mail on Sunday, the. But he insists the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus be included in discussions; Greek officials want only the Republic of Cyprus at the table.

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