Corpus ID: 140584528

The Security Dimensions of a Cyprus Solution

@inproceedings{KerLindsay2008TheSD,
  title={The Security Dimensions of a Cyprus Solution},
  author={James Ker-Lindsay},
  year={2008}
}
As a new round of talks to reunify Cyprus continues, there is a real sense that a solution might at long last be possible. Significantly, there also seems to be a desire by the two sides to reach their own settlement with minimal external input. However, while most issues can be dealt with at a bilateral level, security is one specific area that necessarily requires outside involvement, whether in terms of input from Greece, Turkey and the United Kingdom – the three Guarantor Powers – of from… Expand
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