Friday, 14 June , 2024

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Cyprus and Kissinger: Death of an image

By William Mallinson* Can I do this? As the author of a recent book on Heinz Kissinger (the result of over twenty years of archival research),...

The Kissinger legacy and its Carry in the Global South

By Anuradha Chenoy* For the Global South, Kissinger could well be called Dr. Death. He insured that whichever country raised a voice or could potentially...

A nation betrayed

In his explosive new book, The Trial of Henry Kissinger, Christopher Hitchens argues that the former US secretary of state should be prosecuted for...

The Divisions of Cyprus, by Perry Anderson

Firsta published at 24 April 2008 www.lrb.co.uk By Perry Anderson Enlargement, widely regarded as the greatest single achievement of the European Union since the end of the...

The Illegal Treaties on Cyprus, by William Mallinson

The treaties of 1960 that allegedly established an allegedly independent Republic of Cyprus were never intended to allow a central government of Cyprus to...

Killing a Republic – Kissinger and Cyprus

We republish an article posted already back in January 2017, when the first UN Geneva conference on Cyprus was held. All the essential points...

Les conséquences internationales d’une guerre gréco-turque. Un moyen de l’éviter

par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Dans un article précédent, nous avons examiné les méthodes que les forces tierces peuvent utiliser pour provoquer un conflit militaire entre la...

La Grèce, la Turquie et la stratégie du chaos

Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Aug. 24, 2020 De nombreuses forces dans le monde entier sont maintenant conscientes du risque d'une guerre contre l'Iran au Moyen-Orient. De ce...

Greece, Turkey and the Chaos Strategy

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Many forces around the world are now conscious of the risk of a huge war against Iran in the Middle East. Because...

Moscow-Cyprus Relations since the 1950s: A Schematic Introduction

 By Costas Melakopides, University of Cyprus 1 July 2019  Introduction Allowing for inevitable disagreements, stemming from political, ideological, and even psychological propensities and fixed ideas, it should...