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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,

Religious leaders had constructive discussions about Cyprus peace process

The religious leaders of Cyprus held a meeting on Thursday with Annika Soder, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Sweden, who congratulated them for their efforts for peace and reconciliation in Cyprus. The meeting, which took place at the residence of the Swedish Ambassador to Cyprus, Klas Gierow, was within the framework of the Religious

View: Initial Cyprus-talks’ momentum is being lost

Anastasiades and their common message about the need for a settlement seems like a very long time ago. This spirit of co-operation, which created high expectations and gave the impression that a Cyprus settlement was achievable, does not appear to exist now while the so-called momentum, everyone was talking about is not leading anywhere. Even