Friday, 3 February , 2023

Cyprus

Europe’s got a big, creepy spyware problem – and it’s going...

Journalists and digital experts are uncovering large-scale domestic spying in European Union countries with hackers targeting the smartphones of journalists, lawyers, politicians and activists....

Cyprus-Israel surveillance link under spotlight

Nov. 3, 202 The European Parliament’s PEGA Inquiry Committee delegation on Pegasus and illicit spyware are suspicious of the surveillance link between Israel and Cyprus. MEPs...

Israel’s Elbit to make land surveillance system for Cyprus

By Seth J. Frantzman Nov 8, 2021 The governments of Israel and Cyprus signed an agreement Thursday to develop a land surveillance system that would see Elbit Systems...

Turkish war crimes in Cyprus

by Uzay Bulut January 4, 2023 he invading Turkish forces murdered innocent civilians, raped women and children, and plundered northern Cyprus. They forcibly displaced...

Is Greece Collapsing? Apathy, the Enemy of Democracy

State collapse occurs when states can no longer perform the functions that are required of them. By Professor William Mallinson Athens, 26 November 2022 Introduction This could...

Actors and victims in global cyber espionage activities

By Ersin Çahmutoğlu * Today, when the world is integrated with cyberspace, many states are developing cyber strategies within the scope of national security. These...

Noose is tightening around Turkish Cypriots

Fears that worse is yet to come in north in protest over Erdogan’s policies By Esra Aygin November 27, 2022 Northern Cyprus is slipping out of the...

Cyprus’s ‘State of Emergency’: Turkey’s ‘Weaponization’ of Illegal Mass Migration

by Uzay Bulut * October 5, 2022 The Cypriot government says that Turkey is orchestrating this illegal immigration crisis, as most migrants coming to Cyprus...

Flight of the Predator: Jet Linked to Israeli Spyware Tycoon Brings...

A cross-continental investigation uncovered a network of firms connected to Tal Dilian, ex-commander of a top secret Israeli intel unit, who has bought up...

Court case starts against Turkish Cypriot denied entry to Turkey

By Nikolaos Prakas November 25, 2022 Turkish Cypriot activist Munur Rahvancioglu’s case over being barred from entering Turkey has been taken to court, the Independence Road...