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Ignore the dwarfs

Ignore the dwarfs

Just minutes after the EU-Turkey summit in Brussels finished last Sunday, a wave of déjà vu swept over Cyprus. Turkey may have received €3 billion to contain the refugee flows into Europe plus a promise to restart its EU accession process as well as some visa waiver perks, but the government was satisfied; Cyprus’ unilateral

Populism, a roaring trade

A couple of hours after ENI announced  the giant – 30 trillion cubic feet – natural gas discovery in Egypt’s Shorouk Block (adjacent to Cyrpus’ EEZ block 11), the usual suspects started flooding the media with press releases and public statements. Political parties, such as Diko, Edek, Citizens’ Alliance and the Greens without having any

Come up with proposals which would yield better results on Cyprus problem

By George Psyllides THE GOVERNMENT on Monday challenged those who have ciriticised President Nicos Anastasiades’ policy on the Cyprus problem to come up with proposals which would yield better results. In a written statement, deputy government spokesman Victoras Papadopoulos described the criticism as unfounded. “And the question to the opposition is: what did they do