Cyprus: Best Chance, Last Chance

A rare alignment of forces has created what may be the best opportunity yet for a reunification of Cyprus and a solution to the conflict. But the negotiations that started in September last year are progressing slowly. To some, that is simply because breaking a thirty-five year old deadlock cannot be easy. To others, it means this attempt, like so many previous ones, is bound to fail.

The World Today Updated 14 October 2020 Published 1 November 2009 3 minute READ

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