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CYPRUS AND THE EUROPEAN UNION: THE RELEVANT FACTORS – ANDREW MANGO

CYPRUS AND THE EUROPEAN UNION: THE RELEVANT FACTORS (*)                                                                            ANDREW MANGO               There are no examples of the reconstitution of multiethnic societies, after these have broken up into separate ethnic components.   Negotiations are continuing between the European Union and the government of the Republic of Cyprus – a government which is composed exclusively

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Turkish Stand on the Gulf Crisis, Middle East and Europe – TURGUT ÖZAL

Turkish Stand on the Gulf Crisis, Middle East and Europe (*) TURGUT ÖZAL Neither the European Community nor the Western European Union may reach their netural and logical boundaries without Turkish presence.   It is a great pleasure and honor for me to be with you  today in Paris. I wish to express my sincere

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THE CYPRUS PROBLEM – RAUF DENKTAŞ

                    THE CYPRUS PROBLEM (*)                                              RAUF DENKTAŞ       The search for a settlement of the Cyprus problem through inter-communal talks has been in progress since June, 1968. The success of the intercommunal talks must necessarily depend on identity of views on the diagnosis of the Cyprus problem.   The search for a settlement of

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REMINISCENSES ON CYPRUS – NİHAT ERiM

REMINISCENSES ON CYPRUS (*) NİHAT ERiM A prominent Turkish Statesman, Prof. Nihat Erim, who later becamethe Prime Minister of Turkey, has been involved with various phases of the founding of the Cyprus Republic and subsequent crises. Some of his personal recollections as given to the editor of “Foreign Policy” quarterly  in a special interview will

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Aegean: Renewed Turkish – Greek Dialogue Seyfi Taşhan – 13 March 2002

Aegean: Renewed Turkish – Greek Dialogue Seyfi Taşhan – 13 March 2002 After many years of refusal to talk with Turkey on the Aegean issues, the first encounter on these issues took place yesterday between Turkish and Greek diplomats in Ankara and will continue next month in Athens . Certainly this development is an achievement

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TURKISH – GREEK RELATIONS REVISITED (SEYFi TAŞHAN-REŞAT ARIM-OKTAY AKSOY)

TURKISH – GREEK RELATIONS REVISITED (SEYFi TAŞHAN-REŞAT ARIM-OKTAY AKSOY) Seyfi Taşhan – In recent weeks there has been certain developments in Turkish –Greek relations. This development began with the election of Young Papandreou as the Prime Minister of Greece. He was known to be in favor of good relations with Turkey. He had made friendship

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A second ‘non-dialogue policy with the EU?’ Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAĞCI – 20 November 2000, Turkish Daily News

A second ‘non-dialogue policy with the EU?’ Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAĞCI – 20 November 2000, Turkish Daily News Turkey is heading with great political speed for another “non-dialogue” with the European Union. In particular, Turkish public opinion is very angry about the decision of the European Parliament to accept the decision that Turkey should recognize

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INTERVIEW ON THE FINAL STATUS OF CYPRUS SEYFI TAŞHAN – REŞAT ARIM / NOVEMBER 29TH, 2011

Interview on the final status of CYPRUS Seyfi TAŞHAN – Reşat ARIM / November 29th, 2011 Seyfi Taşhan : In January the United Nations Security General has invited  the leaders of two communities in Cyprus.  One of the leader is so called president of Cyprus . The other one is the head of the Turkish