Tag Archives: Cyprus

Time for Greece to Lead on Kosovo

Can the new EU foreign affairs chief, Frederica Mogherini, move forward on the semi-frozen conflicts of the Western Balkans?

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No Bailout for Slovenia

Wouldn’t Slovenia be better off making critical business sector reforms on its own to improve its economic potential?

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Attacking Germany Won’t Create French Jobs

Is it wise for the French to display inertia on economic reforms, while hoping for the election of a new German government? The UK’s former Minister for Europe weighs in.

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It’s Sunny in Nicosia — Why Not in Jerusalem?

What would it take to create an environment of Cyprus-like co-existence in the Holy Land?

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Divining Davutoglu: Turkey's Foreign Policy Under New Leadership

How is Turkey’s foreign minister steering the country towards new frontiers in international relations?

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