Decolonisation and post‐independence causes of conflict: The case of cyprus

@article{Richmond2002DecolonisationAP,
  title={Decolonisation and post‐independence causes of conflict: The case of cyprus},
  author={Oliver P. Richmond},
  journal={Civil Wars},
  year={2002},
  volume={5},
  pages={163 - 190}
}
This article examines the link between the process of decolonisation and the post‐independence conflict in Cyprus. It argues that, in the context of identity issues and power sharing, the international system itself lacks clear frameworks for dealing with conflicts such as in Cyprus. Thus, evolution and change in the international system dominated the local dynamics of the conflict, leaving most of the key issues unaddressed. Here lie many of the roots of the contemporary Cyprus conflict. 
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