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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
International relations debacle.
Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2005
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||xiii, 395 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||I. Introduction and some historiography --
II. The "good offices" framework for secretariat action --
III. Brief historical background --
IV. The purported negotiations from December 1999 to March 2003 --
V. Annan I and Annan II --
VI. Factors encouraging a secretariat belief that it could shape a settlement --
VII. The next "deadline" for imposing a settlement and Annan III --
VIII. Questions of Turkish settlers --
IX. The secretariat's handiwork and presentational tactics --
X. Renewed "negotiations" from February-April 2004 --
XI. The Nicosia phase (19 February-22 March 2004) and Mr. De Soto's tactics --
XII. The Burgenstock meetings --
phases 2 and 3 --
XIII. "Finalisation" of Annan V by the secretary-general and the preceding phoney consultation --
XIV. The Greek Cypriot side's analysis of the real effects of the plan --
XV. The right of displaced persons to return to their homes in safety and the right to property --
XVI. The question faced in the referenda and the run-up --
XVII. Reasons which swayed a large majority of Greek Cypriot voters to reject the plan --
XVIII. Lessons and the Future --
App. 1. The final points conveyed to Mr. de Soto by Ambassador Ziyal on 26 March 2004 --
App. 2. "Initial reaction and proposals for trade-offs of the Greek Cypriot side on the United Nations revised plan of 29 March 2004," 30 March 2004 --
App. 3. Letter, President-Elect Mr. Tassos Papadopoulos to the secretary-general, 28 February 2003 --
App. 4. Table E --
villages predominantly occupied by Turkish settlers in 1996 (over 80%) and the referendum result in 2004 --
App. 5. Cyprus map showing current cease-fire lines and UK sovereign base area boundaries, compiled by Andreas Hadjiraftis, 8 March 2005 --
App. 6. Table F --
developments from Annan I through II, III and V accompanied by UN assurances that the overall balance of the plan was being preserved --
App. 7. An agenda for discussion --
App. 8. Vienna III and the alleged "exchange of populations agreement 1975" --
App. 9. Security council and general assembly resolutions, high level agreements, communiques, and New York arrangements 2004.
...no episode of UN mismanagement and manipulation has been as clearly and convincingly documented as Claire Palley does in this book. Clifford Hackett European Union Studies Association Review Vol
- Cyprus -- International status.
- United Nations -- Cyprus.
- Cyprus -- History -- Cyprus Crisis, 1974-
- Diplomatic negotiations in international disputes -- Case studies.
- Cyprus -- History -- Cyprus crisis, 1974-
- Diplomatic negotiations in international disputes.
- Question de Chypre.
- Secrétariat de l'ONU.
- Négociations internationales.
- United Nations.
- International law.
- Verenigde Naties.