Thursday, 12 December , 2019

Turkey-EU

Brief remarks on president Erdogan’s and his allies’ methodical use of...

By Costas Melakopides, University of Cyprus Introduction Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s bold political and geopolitical intentions and actions have been attracting constant international interest. This interest...

Killing a Republic – Kissinger and Cyprus

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) First published: 6th January 2017 In July 1974 the US-controlled Athens military junta organized a coup d’état in Cyprus and an assassination...

Theresa May in Ankara to obtain Cyprus (the EU enlargement policy...

 by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos The British Prime Minister Theresa May is rushing to Ankara to discuss Cyprus, the Middle East and Turkey’s accession to the EU....

Turkey asks to be immediately admitted in the EU

Speaking in the Turkish parliament, the country’s Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said, referring to the ongoing International Conference on Cyprus, that “we are talking about a united...

Obama, Kissinger and Nuland: Cyprus 1974 – Cyprus 2017

In 1974 Kissinger was able to prepare his Cyprus coup first by deceiving everybody about his real intentions, including the Greek dictator Ioannides, Archbishop Makarios and Soviet FM Gromyko (when he met both of them in Nicosia weeks before the coup), the British government and even his own President Richard Nixon, probably exploiting his serious troubles with Watergate.

President Obama considers dissolving the CIA and NSA – they knew...

German parliamentarians prepare to ask also for sanctions against USA, Britain and France. According to those parliamentarians, by implementing the Chaos Strategy in the Middle East, in order to “promote democracy”, as they kept saying, Washington, London and Paris are directly responsible for the refugee crisis, the terror attacks and the whole instability which landed now in Turkey.

Brexit – A view from Turkey

The Brexit campaign made a big issue about the unlikely scenario of a Turkey imminently joining the EU and 80 million Turks suddenly migrating to their island. At least some of the “leave” votes on Thursday must have been cast due to that fear. And paradoxically, Brexit