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Cyprus Referendum : a Divided Island and the Challenge of the Annan Plan.

Author: Chrysostomos Pericleous
Publisher: London : I.B. Tauris, 2014.
Series: International library of twentieth century history.
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The Cyprus referendum of 2004 was a definitive moment in the recent history of Cyprus. The island's future hung in the balance - specifically the fate of the controversial Annan Plan, which proposed the creation of a single United Cyprus Republic with two constituent states. Accepted by the Turkish side but rejected by Greek Cypriots, the Plan was not implemented. In this balanced account of a highly charged period,  Read more...
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Pericleous, Chrysostomos.
Cyprus Referendum : A Divided Island and the Challenge of the Annan Plan.
London : I.B. Tauris, ©2014
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Chrysostomos Pericleous
ISBN: 9780857711939 0857711938
OCLC Number: 956648434
Notes: 8.3 The 'faultless' stand: from Copenhagen to the Hague.
Description: 1 online resource (449 pages).
Contents: Cover ; Contents; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Maps; Introduction; Chapter 1 The European Paradigm; 1.1 The European Union: an evolutionary process; 1.2 The European Union: a postmodern institution; 1.3 Polycentric governance: synthesis of individuation and integration; Chapter 2 Review of Greek Foreign Policy; 2.1 The theoretical background; 2.2 The logic of Helsinki and 'citizen diplomacy'; 2.3 The Venizelos-Ataturk Pact; 2.4 Cyprus: a cause of protracted crisis between Greece and Turkey; 2.5 Andreas Papandreou: from 'no dialogue' to Davos; 2.6 Pangalos-Kranidiotis: the linkage policy. Chapter 3 Review of US Foreign Policy3.1 Turkey: a pivotal state for United States; 3.2 Johnson's letter: the syndrome; 3.3 US opposition Cyprus's accession to the EU; 3.4 The EU's negative stance on Cyprus's accession; 3.5 Holbrooke's strategy; 3.6 The Imia crisis and the S-300 missiles; 3.7 Mediation by Holbrooke; 3.8 The United States behind the new mobility; 3.9 Assessment of US foreign policy; Chapter 4 Changes in Turkey; 4.1 The static conception of Turkey and the NO vote to the Referendum; 4.2 From the Ottoman Empire to the Kemalist state: nationalism, Pan-Turkism, expansionism. 4.3 Islam: in search of identity4.4 Turgut Ozal: liberalization of the economy, Turkish-Islamic synthesis; 4.5 Political Islam: the Islamic Party; 4.6 The politics of fear and the revolution of the AKP; 4.7 The Cyprus question: how it has affected Turkish foreign policy and internal affairs; 4.8 Turkish revisionism in Turkish-Greek relations; 4.9 Turkey's European orientation and the demand for democratization; 4.10 Turkey's European bid and the Cyprus Problem; 4.11 The European Union and Turkey; Chapter 5 The Perception of the Solution by the Greek Cypriot Community. 5.1 The enosis movement and Greek Cypriot nationalism5.2 Makarios and the enosis movement; 5.3 Makarios and the 1960 Constitution; 5.4 Between the devil and the deep blue sea; 5.5 'Interlude of joy'; 5.6 Towards the abyss; 5.7 the perception of federation by Makarios; 5.8 The two 'precepts' of Makarios; 5.9 The perception of the solution and electoral calculations; 5.10 Return to the logic of 'absolute solution'; 5.11 Helsinki and the reunification perspective; Chapter 6 The Perception of the Solution by the Turkish Cypriot Community; 6.1 The inception of Turkish Cypriot nationalism. 6.2 From Young Turk to Kemalist nationalism6.3 The political organization of separation; 6.4 The leading role of Rauf Denktas; 6.5 The perception of the solution by the Turkish community after the invasion; 6.6 The Turkish Cypriot uprising; Chapter 7 From Waldheim's 'Evaluation' to Annan Plan; 7.1 The UN peace mission in Cyprus; 7.2 The Cuellar initiatives; 7.3 Boutros-Ghali's 'Set of Ideas'; 7.4 The Annan Plan: on the tracks of the 'Set of Ideas'; Chapter 8 Towards the referendum; 8.1 Submission of the UN Plan and initial reactions; 8.2 'Coercion' a feature of the timing.
Series Title: International library of twentieth century history.

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The Cyprus referendum of 2004 was a definitive moment in the recent history of Cyprus. The island's future hung in the balance - specifically the fate of the controversial Annan Plan, which proposed the creation of a single United Cyprus Republic with two constituent states. Accepted by the Turkish side but rejected by Greek Cypriots, the Plan was not implemented. In this balanced account of a highly charged period, Chrysostomos Pericleous offers an exhaustive treatment of the events that culminated in the referendum and through his comparative study, explains the positions ultimately taken by.

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