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‘And bring all Cyprus comforts!’

‘And bring all Cyprus comforts!’

  By Michalis S. Michael In many ways, Shakespeare’s Michael Cassio epitomises the quintessential European experience in the Cyprus conflict. A minor character who manages to play a major (distressing) role in the affairs of Cyprus’ ruling couple! Young, handsome, well-educated, passionate, often prone to bouts of dramatic exhortation, this Florentine gentleman-soldier of high manners,

Re-assessing the past: Kizilyurek’s latest book on 1958

Heterotopia publishes Niyazi Kizilyurek’s latest book on the 1958 Gionelli events.   Heterotopia Publications has released the latest book by Niyazi Kizilyurek entitled: “Şiddet Mevsiminin Saklı Tarihi” (A period of violence: The dark 1958). After years of extensive research on the inter-ethnic and political violence in Cyprus, Niyazi Kizilyurek chose to publish a book dealing

Rossides calls Kissinger a ‘war criminal’ in latest book for role in #Cyprus split

http://cyprus-mail.com/2014/10/09/rossides-calls-kissinger-a-war-criminal-in-latest-book/“FORMER U.S. Secretary of State and national security advisor Henry Kissinger “fully encouraged the Turkish invasion as he encouraged the junta in Athens in their actions against the elected president of Cyprus,” Eugene Rossides, founder and former chairman of the American Hellenic Institute (AHI) claims in his latest book.Rossides presented the book, ‘Kissinger and Cyprus: