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Great Power Politics in Cyprus

Foreign Interventions and Domestic Perceptions

Editor(s): Michalis Kontos, Sozos-Christos Theodoulou, Nikos Panayiotides, Haralambos Alexandrou

Book Description

This volume approaches foreign interventions in Cyprus from two different angles: a vertical angle, which corresponds to a case-by-case historical analysis of foreign interventions which have taken place throughout the modern history of Cyprus, and a horizontal angle, which corresponds to the implementation of systemic models of analysis in approaching foreign interventions in Cyprus. Furthermore, the volume deals with domestic perceptions formed as a result of foreign interventions in Cyprus, focusing particularly on their impact on the politics and public rhetoric of the Cyprus problem, especially as regards the Greek Cypriot community.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-5314-9
ISBN-10: 1-4438-5314-3
Date of Publication: 01/01/2014
Pages / Size: 250 / A5
Price: £44.99
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Biography

Michalis Kontos is a political scientist. He is Director of the Centre for Scientific Dialogue and Research, Nicosia, and is the author, co-author and co-editor of books and scientific publications related to the Cyprus problem, the Cyprus party system, and international politics.

Sozos-Christos Theodoulou is an Advocate, specialising in intellectual property matters, with studies in international law and international relations in Geneva and in The Hague. He is the author of several scientific publications, and is an active member of worldwide professional associations; he is also an Associate Lecturer at the Law School of the University of Central Lancashire Cyprus.

Dr Nicos Panayiotides is a journalist dealing mainly with international news, and is a former Visiting Lecturer of Political Studies at American College in Nicosia. He is author of several scientific publications and a book titled In Search of a State: The Palestinian Problem and the Role of Great Powers for not Being Resolved.

Haralambos Alexandrou is a PhD Candidate at the University of Cyprus studying the Cyprus struggle (1955–1959) from the perspective of propaganda and counter-propaganda. He has participated in several conferences, and has published several articles. He has published two books, while another one is currently under publication.