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The international implications of the 1974 Cyprus crisis

Zarocostas, John


Cyprus is intrinsically an inconsequential micro-state, but its geo-strategic location has made it disproportionately vital in world politics. It is an island permanently disabled by its special vulnerability to foreign manipulation and intervention. As a chronic international dispute, the Cyprus conflict of the last twenty-five years has been analyzed from various perspectives, by academics, journalists, politicians, diplomats and strategists. However, most serious studies produced to date...[Show more]

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