Quo Vadis, Cyprus?
With respect to what has been said so far, it is clear that such a peculiar and sensitive issue as the Cyprus problem calls for a peculiar and sensitive solution. It is also clear that such a solution should it be viable, cannot be found based on only one side’s reality. Taking into consideration the actualities of the entire island and the entire Eastern Mediterranean, as well as the constantly changing international environment, the author sees the way paved by the Annan Plan, which was rejected by an overwhelming majority of the Greek Cypriots in the April 2004 referendum, as one of utmost achievable equilibrium.
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