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Contents: Volumes 1-12

Volume1:1 Spring 1989

 

  • Introduction, pp. 9–10.

  • Articles:

    • Efstathios Mavros, A Critical Review of Economic Developments in Cyprus, 1960-1974, pp. 11–66.

    • Maria Hadjipavlou-Trigeorgis, Conflict Resolution Mechanisms: A Comparative Study for Four Societies, pp. 67–92.

    • Andreas N. Papapavlou, English Loanwords in the Greek Cypriot Dialect: Linguistic and Sociocultural Interpretations, pp. 93–109.

    • Maria Toufexis-Panayiotou, Travel and Tourism in Cyprus: A Study of the Travel Decision Process, pp. 111–134.

  • Book Reviews:

    • The Language Problem in Cyprus Today, by Yiannis Ioannou (Andreas N. Papapavlou), pp. 137–142.

    • History of Cypriot Literature, by Kleitos Ioannides (Sophronis Sophroniou), pp. 143–144.

    • Cyprus Law Review (Harry B. V. Hagopian), pp. 144–146.

    • Cyprus: Ethnic Conflict and International Concern, by Joseph S. Joseph (Garo Keheyan), pp. 146–147.

 

Volume 1:2 Fall 1989

 

  • Articles:
    • Symeon Matsis and Andreas Charalambous, Development Planning in Cyprus: An Evaluation of its Contribution to Economic Development, pp. 9–45.
    • Joseph S. Joseph, The UN as an Instrument of National Policy:  the Case of Cyprus, pp. 46–64.
    • Glen D. Camp, Cyprus between the Powers: 1980 – 1989, pp. 65–90.
    • Birol Yeshilada, Social Progress and Political Development in the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus”, pp. 91–112.
    • John F. Harvey, The Cyprus Problem: Useful Book, Periodical and Newspaper Sources, pp. 13–124.
  • Book Reviews:
    • My Deposition, by Glafkos Clerides (Sotos Shiakides), pp. 128–133.
    • The Cypriot Woman, by the Psycho-Sociological Research Group (Jo Ann Mourides), pp. 134–137.
    • War in Cyprus: Patriarchy and the Penelope Myth, by Maria Roussou (Edith Kessler Charalambous), pp. 138–139.
    • North Cyprus Almanack, edited by Kemal Rustem (John F. Harvey), pp. 140–141.
    • Romantic Cyprus, by Kevork K. Keshishian (Peter S. Allen), pp. 142–143.

 

Volume 2:1 Spring 1990

 

  • Articles:
    • Nicholas Perdikis, The Changing Pattern of Cyprus’ Trade in the Post Commonwealth Preference Era 1972-1980, pp. 9–20.
    • Ivona G. Jackimova, Economic Challenges of the ’80s – Development Options for the Cypriot Economy, pp. 21–43.
    • Phedon Nicolaides, Cyprus and the European Community: Looking Beyond 1992, pp. 44–60.
    • Andreas D. Christodoulides, Family and Youth in Cyprus, pp. 61–96.
    • Maria Hadjipavlou-Trigeorgis, Cyprus and Lebanon: A Historical Comparative Study in Ethnic Conflict and Outside Interference, pp. 97–129.
  • Book Reviews:
    • “I am Cyprus.” The First Period of the Cyprus Republic, by Takis Evdokas (Zenon Stavrinides), pp. 130–133.
    • TheCyprusDispute and the Turkish Position in International Law, by Zaim Necatigil (Nancy Crawshaw), pp. 134–135.
    • Barsky’sCyprusRevisited 1926…1989, by Ian Meadows and Lonia Eftyvoulou (J. A. Mourides), pp. 136–137.
    • The Kanakaria Documents 1666-1759 Sale and Donation Deeds, by Costas P Kyrris (B. Bazemore), pp. 138–139.
    • TheCyprusDispute and the Birth of the “TurkishRepublicofNorthern Cyprus”, by Necati Nunir Ertekun (Ozdemir Ozgur), pp. 140–144.
    • Chypre: Le Dur Chemin de l’histoire, by Polis Modinos (Christos Eliades), p. 145.

 

Volume 2:2 Fall 1990

 

  • Articles:
    • Joseph S. Joseph, International Dimensions of the Cyprus Problem, pp. 15–39.
    • Stella G. Hadjicosti, The Security Policies of Turkey, pp. 41–52.
    • Marios Lyssiotis, An Analysis of the Cyprus Legislative Council, pp. 55–69.
    • Terry Tellefson, Early American Missionaries and Social Change, pp. 71–95.
    • John F. Harvey, Social Science Research Journal Literature about Cyprus, pp. 97–128.
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Teachings of The Magus of Strovolos, Three Titles, by S. Atteshlis and K. C. Markides (Jo Ann Mourides), pp. 131–143.
    • Caterina Cornaro, Queen ofCyprus, by David and Iro Hunt (Costas P. Kyrris), pp. 144–149.
    • Politics in Cyprus between 1960 and 1981, by Ioannis A. Papaioannou (Kathrine McElroy), pp. 149–150.
    • Famagusta Town and District, by Kevork K. Keshishian (Jack C. Goodwin), pp. 150–15.

 

Volume 3:1 Spring 1991

 

  • Articles:
    • Yiannis E. Ioannou, Language, Politics, and Identity: An Analysis of the Cypriot Dilemma, pp. 15–41.
    • Dimitra Karoulla-Vrikkis, The Language of the Greek Cypriots Today:   A Revelation of an Identity Crisis?   pp. 42–58.
    • Nikos A. Stamatakis, History and Nationalism: The Cultural Reconstruction of the Modern Greek Cypriot Identity, pp. 59–86.
    • Maria Roussou Cypriots of the Diaspora: An Annotated Bibliography, pp. 87–107.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Education Development in Cyprus, 1960-1977, by Andreas G. Karagiorges (A. D. Christodoulides), pp. 108–111.
    • Higher Education in Byzantiumin the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, by C. N. Constantinides (Terry Tollefson), pp. 111–114.
    • La Culture Francaise Dans L’Espace Chypriote De 1192-1971, by Sylvain Beraud (Elizabeth Malkmus), pp. 114–117.
    • Social Change and Urbanization in Cyprus: A Study of Nicosia, by Michael Attalides (Kyriakos C. Markides), pp. 117–119.
    • The Political and Economic Problems of the Turkish Community of Cyprus in the International Field, Report of a Conference (Birol Yesilada), pp. 119–120.
    • The Politics of the EEC-Cyprus Association Agreement, by Charalambos Tsardanidis (Phedon Nicolaides), pp. 120–122.
    • The Cyprus Tragedy without a Mask, by Nikolaou Stavrou Psaroudaki (Van Coufoudakis), pp. 122–124.
    • Zypern: Genese Eines Konfliktes, by Guelistan Guerbey (Georgia Georgiou-Doetzer), pp. 124–125.
    • Travels in Cyprus, by George and Machi Karouzi (Nayia Roussou), pp. 125–126.

 

Volume 3:2 Fall 1991

 

  • Articles:
    • Michael Kammas, Tourism Development in Cyprus, pp. 7–26.
    • Stelios N. Georgiou, The Development of Career Identity in Cyprus: A Family Systems Approach, pp. 27–56.
    • M. Hakan Yavuz, The Evolution of Ethno-Nationalism in Cyprus under the Ottoman and British Systems, pp. 57–79.
    • Reed Coughlan, Negotiating the Cyprus Problem: Leadership Perspectives from both sides of the Green Line, pp. 81–100.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Cypriot Women in the Labour Market: An Exploration of Myths and Reality: Women, Work and Development, by William J. House (Jo Ann Mourides), pp. 103–116.
    • Cyprus: My Deposition, by Glafkos Clerides (James H. Wolfe), pp. 116–119.
    • Burdened with Cyprus: the British Connection, by John Reddaway (George H. Kelling), pp. 119–121.
    • Reminiscences from My Life, by Ezekias Papaioannou and Another Requiem – Reminiscences from My Life by Ploutis Servas (Nicholas Anastasiou), pp. 121–125.
    • Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Cypriot Immigration: An Historical and Sociological Review, The Cyprus Research Centre(GeorgeA. Kourtevaris), pp. 125–128.
    • Friede in der Agais?  Zypern – Agais – Minderheiten, by Heinz A. Richter (Saiedeh and Wolfgang von Keitz), pp. 128–130.
    • Kypria Perivallontika, by Costas Papastavrou (Solomon Ioannou), pp. 130–132.
    • One Day in the Life of Cyprus: Images Through the Lenses Of Leading Photojournalists, Rotoract Club of Nicosia (Elizabeth Malkmus), pp. 132–133.
    • Maps and Atlases, compiled by Andreas Hadjipaschalis and Maria Iacovou (Belinda Keheyan), pp. 134–135.

 

Volume 4:1 Spring 1992

 

  • Articles:
    • Roger Zetter, Refugees and Forced Migrants as Development Resources: The Greek Cypriot Refugees from 1974, pp. 7–39.
    • Philip Arestis, European Economic Integration and its Relevance to the Economy of Cyprus: A Political Economy Approach, pp. 40–53.
    • John Kaminarides, Andreas G. Merikas, Manolis D. Tsiritakis, A Theoretical Relationship between Equity Financing and the Growth Rate of the Firm: The Case of Development Countries, pp. 54–64.
    • Michael Kammas, Smallness, Economic Development and Cyprus, pp. 65–76.
    • Prodromos Panayiotopoulos, The Cypriot Clothing Industry, pp. 77–123.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Phedon Nicolaides, Will it bring Cyprus Closer to the European Community?   pp. 127–129.
    • Marios Clerides, The Emerging Cyprus Capital Market Basic Characteristics, pp. 130–136.
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Membership of Cyprus European Community: A Chronicle and an Evaluation of a Choice, by Panos B. Kazakos (in Greek) (John Kaminarides), pp. 139–140.
    • My Cyprus File, by Francis Noel-Baker (Nancy Crawshaw), pp. 140–141.
    • Lost Opportunities, The Cyprus Question, 1950-1963, by Evangelos Averoff-Tossizza (Glen D. Camp), pp. 141–144.
    • Cyprus: The Way for Businessmen and Investors, Coopers & Lybrand and Ioannou Zampelas & Co. (James Faust), pp. 145–146.
    • Ellinotourkikes Skesis, 1923 – 1987 (Greek-Turkish Relations,1923-1987), by Alexis Alexandris, Thanos Veremis, Panos Kazakos, Vangelis Coufoudakis, Christos L. Rozakis, and Georgios Tsitsopoulos (in Greek) (Costas P. Kyrris), pp. 146–153.
    • Countdown to Rebellion; British Policy in Cyprus, 1939-1955, by George Horton (Alan James), pp. 153–155.
    • The Turks in Cyprus, A Province of the Ottoman Empire (1571-1878), by Ahmet C. Gazioglu (Ahmet Djavit), pp. 155–156.

 

Volume 4:2 Fall 1992

 

  • Articles:
    • Ceasar V. Mavratsas, The Greek and Greek-Cypriot Economic Ethos: A Sociocultural Analysis, pp. 7–43.
    • George J. Georgiou, Sexual Attitudes of Greek Orthodox Priests in Cyprus  , pp. 44–66.
    • Stavros Stavrou, Social Change and the Position of Women in Cyprus, pp. 67–92.
    • Michalis S. Michael, The Road to Vienna: Intercommunal Talks between 1974-1977, pp. 93–121.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Phedon Nicolaides, The Edinburgh EC Summit and the Division of Power between the Community and its Member State, pp. 125–128.
    • Iacovos C. Ioannou, An Appraisal of Cyprus’ Economic Performance between 1988 and 1992: A Clarification, pp. 129–132.
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Cyprus Problem: Attitudes and Positions of the Sides Involved, by Faruk Sonmezoglu (in Turkish), and,Entangled Allies: US Policy toward Greece, Turkey and Cyprus, by Monteagle Stearns (M. Hakan Yavuz), pp. 135–143.
    • Inside the Cyprus Miracle, by Demetris Christodoulou (Andreas Theophanous), pp. 143–147.

 

Volume 5:1 Spring 1993 (Photocopies only available)

 

  • Articles:
    • William H. Meyer, American Interests and the Crisis in Cyprus: A Human Rights Perspective, pp. 7–27.
    • Demetrios A. Theophylactou, American Foreign Policy Vis-a-Vis Turkey, Greece and Cyprus: An Historical Perspective, pp. 28–45.
    • Toumazos Tsielepis, The People’s Right to Self Determination and its Application to Cyprus, pp. 46–55.
    • Iacovos C. Ioannou, The Case for the Deregulation of Interest Rates in Cyprus, pp. 56–69.
    • Michael Kammas, The Positive and Negative Effects of Tourism Development in Cyprus, pp. 70–89.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Ozdemir Ozgur, Implementation of International Human Rights Norms in the Republic of Cyprus: Some Problem Areas, pp. 93–103.
    • Phedon Nicolaides, The Commercial Policy of the European Community: Liberal Direction, Complex Rules, pp. 104–116.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Greek-Turkish Relations 1923-1987, by Alexis Alexandris, Thanos Veremis, Panos Kazakos, Vangelis Coufoudakis, Christos Rozakis, Georgios Tsitsopoulos (in Greek) (Costas P. Kyrris), pp. 119–125.
    • Cyprus on the Brink of Extinction, by Stavros Lygeros (in Greek) (Andreas Theophanous), pp. 125–130.
    • The Gates to Karpasis, by Andreas P. Georgiades (in Greek) (Sofronis A. Sofroniou), pp. 130–131.

 

Volume 5:2 Fall 1993

 

  • Articles:
    • Jeanette Choisi, The Turkish Cypriot Elite – Its Social Function and Legitimation, pp. 7–32.
    • Michalis Michaelides, The Turkish Cypriot Working Class and the Cyprus Labour Movement, 1920-1963, pp. 33–57.
    • Niyazi Kizilyurek, From Traditionalism to Nationalism and Beyond, pp. 58–67.
    • Maria Hadjipavlou-Trigeorgis, Unofficial Intercommunal Contacts and their Contribution to Peace-Building in Conflict Societies: The Case of Cyprus, pp. 68–87.
    • Christos Kollias, Greek Extended Deterrence: The Effects of the Cyprus Problem on Greek Defence Expenditure 1970-1990, pp. 88–94.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Andreas Charalambous, The Economy in the Occupied Areas and the Problems of an Eventual Reunification of Cyprus, pp. 97–102.
    • Phedon Nicolaides, The Contribution of the Maastricht Treaty to a Solution of the Cyprus Problem, pp. 103–106.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Cyprus Beyond the Nation, by Niyazi Kizilyurek (in Turkish and Greek) (Ploutis Servas), pp. 109–114.
    • Cyprus Yearbook 1992, Cyprus Research Centre KY.K.E.M.(Sofronis A. Sofroniou, pp. 114–116.
    • The Unbearable Patriotism of PFK, by Panos Ioannides (in Greek) (Yiannis Ioannou), pp. 116–118.

 

Volume 6:1 Spring 1994

 

  • Articles:
    • Peter Loizos, Understanding 1974, Understanding 1994, pp. 7–19.
    • Dolores B. Lasan, Humanitarian Programmes – A Strategy for Post-Conflict Peace-Building in Cyprus, pp. 20–26.
    • Christos G. Kollias, Do Countries Jump Through Windows of Opportunity? The Case of the 1974 Turkish Invasion of Cyprus, pp. 27–34.
    • Andreas Theophanous, The Role of the Cooperative Movement and the Trade Unions in Addressing the Current Socioeconomic Challenges: The Case of Cyprus, pp. 35–62.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Ahmet Cavit, The British Rule in Turkish Cypriot Text-Books and Turkish Cypriot Text-Books in Cyprus, pp. 65–79.
    • Pavlos Tzermias, Cyprus Identity, pp. 80–86.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Meres Docimassias (Days of Trial), by Michalis Pumburis (Andreas Panayiotou), pp. 89–98.
    • Epiastiken to Fengarin (The Moon has been Caught), by Kyriakos Efthymiou (George A. Tsangaras), pp. 99–100.

 

Volume 6:2 Fall 1994

 

  • Articles:
    • Oliver Richmond, Peacekeeping and Peacemaking in Cyprus 1974 – 1994, pp. 7–42.
    • Christos Iacovou, The Evolution of the Maronites of Cyprus as a Religious Entity, pp. 43–51.
    • Niyazi Kizilyurek, Turkey and Greece in the Realm of Western Politics towards the Near East 1945 – 1985, pp. 52–68.
    • Andreas Theophanous, The Economic Aspects and Consequences of a Federal Solution to the Cyprus Problem, pp. 69 – 82.
    • Neophytos Papaneophytou, Cyprus: The Way to Full European Union Membership, pp. 83–96.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Nese Yasin, Cyprus: The Ultimate Floating Signifier, pp. 99–105.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Geschichte der Republic Zypern (The History of the Cyprus Republic), by Pavlos Tzermias (Ahmet Cavit), pp. 108–109.
    • Hoi oikonomikes ptyches kai epiptoseis mias omospondiakes lyses tou Kypriakou problematos (The Economic Aspects and Consequences of a Federal Solution to the Cyprus Problem), by Andreas Theophanous ( Caesar Mavratsas ), pp. 110–112.

 

Volume 7:1 Spring 1995

 

  • Articles:
    • Demetrios Christodoulou, Life Chances in Cyprus: Occupational and Social Structures and Mobility Viewed in Perspective, pp. 7–33.
    • Jeanette Choisi, The Greek Cypriot Elite – Its Social Function and Legitimisation, pp. 34–68.
    • Kevin Featherstone, Cyprus and the European Union: What Kind of Membership?  pp. 69–76.
    • James Ker-Lindsay, The 1990-91 Gulf Crisis and Turkish Foreign Policy Decision-Making: A Window of Opportunity for Cyprus? pp. 77-102
    • Dolores B. Lasan, A Comparison between Men’s and Women’s Perception of and Responses to Bi-communal Humanitarian Programmes in Cyprus, pp. 103–113.
    • Christodoulos Pelayias, Across the Cyprus Ethnic Divide: Conflict Resolution or Conflict Management?   pp. 114–122.
    • Pavlos Pavlou, The 1993 Presidential Elections in Cyprus and the Role of the Mass Media, pp. 123–135.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Andreas Ziartides by Panicos Paeonides (S. Sofroniou), pp. 137–138.
    • Hoi protes kypriakes ephemeredes kai ta anthropina dikaiomata ton Hellenon tes Kyprou (The First Cypriot Newspapers and the Human Rights of the Greeks of Cyprus), by Andreas Sophocleous (Rolandos Katsiaounis), pp. 139–145.

 

Volume 7:2 Fall 1995

 

  • Articles:
    • Lydia Sciriha, The Interplay of Language and Identity in Cyprus, pp. 7–34.
    • Oliver Richmond and James Ker-Lindsay,  The Conflict Researcher and the Strategist: Theoretical Approaches to the Analysis of the Cyprus Problem, pp. 35–58.
    • Costas M. Constantinou, Memoirs of the Lost: The Dead and the Missing in the Politics of Poetry, pp. 59–73.
    • Andreas Theophanous, Cyprus and the European Union: From Customs Union to Membership, pp. 74–87.
    • Edward Newman, Cyprus and the United Nations Secretary-General, pp. 88–108.
    • Eleni Stavrou, Love-Making on Cyprus: Fact and Comment, pp. 109–141.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Alan Swinbank, The Opportunities for a Federal Cyprus of the Common Agricultural Policy, pp. 143–148.
  • Book Review:
    • The Cyprus Problem 1950-1960: The Burial of (a “Sweet” Dream) Enosis, by Andreas Fandis (Sofronis Sofroniou), pp. 150–152.

 

Volume 8:1 Spring 1996

 

  • Articles:
    • Marc-Andre Gaudissart, Cyprus and the European Union. The Long Road to Accession, pp. 7–38.
    • Ron Ayres, European Integration: The Case of Cyprus, pp. 39–62.
    • Sophocles Michaelides, The European Union, Cyprus and the Middle East: A Comparison of Earnings and Prices (1985-1995), pp. 63–82.
    • Fiona Hill, Pipeline Politics, Russo-Turkish Competition and Geopolitics in the Eastern Mediterranean, pp. 83–100.
    • Jan Asmussen, Life and Strife in Mixed Villages: Some Aspects of Inter-ethnic Relations in Cyprus under British Rule, pp. 101–110.
    • Kerry B. Godfrey, The Evolution of Tourism Planning in Cyprus: Will Recent Changes Prove Sustainable?   pp. 111–133.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Phedon Nicolaides, The 1996 Intergovernmental Conferences and Enlargement of the European Union: Implications for Cyprus’ Strategy of Harmonisation, pp. 135–149.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Demythologised History of the Cyprus Problem in the Past 50 years, by Christofis Economides (Sofronis Sofroniou), pp. 151–153.
    • Symbole sten historia tou Kypriakou typou (Contribution to the History of the Cyprus Press), by Andreas Sophocleous (Yiannis Katsouris), pp. 153–155.

 

Volume 8:2 Fall 1996

 

  • Articles:
    • Eric Neisser, A Federalism Process for Cyprus: An American Constitutional Perspective on the Cyprus Problem, pp. 7–23.
    • John A. Koumoulides, Early Forms of Ethnic Conflict in Cyprus: Archbishop Kyprianos of Cyprus and the War of Greek Independence 1821, pp. 24–37.
    • Nayia Roussou, Factors of Humanitarian and Mass Culture and Aggression in Children and Young People, pp. 38–78.
    • Harry Anastasiou, Conflict Alienation and the Hope of Peace: The Struggle for Peace in Militarised Cyprus, pp. 79–96.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Oliver Richmond,  Negotiating out of Fear and Fearing to Negotiate: Theoretical Approaches to the Ending of the Cyprus Conflict, pp. 99–110.
    • Michael J. Maranda, Drug and Alcohol Consumption in Cyprus, pp. 111–118.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Dean Acheson, The Cold War Years, by Douglas Brinkley (Sofronis Sofroniou), pp. 121–123.
    • Riding with the Lion: In Search of Mystical Christianity, by Kyriakos Markides (Valerie Michaels Mavratsas), pp. 123–125 .

 

Volume 9:1 Spring 1997

 

  • Articles:
    • Van Coufoudakis, Greek-Turkish Relations in the Post-Cold War Era: Implications of the American Response, pp. 7–21.
    • Fiona Hill, Russian Policy in the Caspian, Black Sea and the Eastern Mediterranean, pp. 22–43.
    • Andreas Theophanous, The Cyprus Problem in the Broader Greco-Turkish Rivalry: Implications for Stability in the Eastern Mediterranean, pp. 44–55.
    • Stefanos P. Papageorgiou, The Genesis of the Greek and Turkish Nationalism in Cyprus, 1878-1914: A Common March at a Different Pace, pp. 56–65.
    • Michalis N. Koutsoulis and James Campbell, Behavioural Home Environment and its Relation to Motivation and Achievement: Gender, Setting of Residential Area and Socioeconomic Status Differences, pp. 66–94.
    • Myria Vassiliadou, ‘Herstory’: The Missing Woman of Cyprus, pp. 95–120.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • John Brademas, Some thoughts on the Cyprus Problem, US Foreign Policy and the Role of Congress, pp. 123–129.
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Impartial Soldier, by Michael Harbottle (Oliver Richmond), pp. 133–136.
    • Etymologicon lexicon tis omiloumenis Kypriakis dialectou (Etymological Dictionary of the SpokenCyprus Dialect), by Kyriakos Hadjioannou (Sofronis Sofroniou), pp. 136–138.
    • Cypriotica, by Kimon Neophytou (Nayia Roussou), pp. 138–140.

 

Volume 9:2 Fall 1997

 

  • Articles:
    • Louiza Odysseos, Haven as a Barrier to Heaven?  The Cyprus Offshore Financial Centre and European Union Accession, pp. 9–40.
    • Eva Keller, Looking at the House from Inside: The Processes of Constructing Group Identity Amongst Greek-Cypriots, pp. 41–56.
    • Stavros Stavrou, Cypriot Women at Work, pp. 57–81.
    • Jonathan Warner, Sevgin Akis, and Nicos Peristianis, The Impact of Tourism on Local Residents: Environmental and Socioeconomic Effects, pp. 82–99.
    • Nadia Alexandrova-Arbatova, The Balkan Challenge to Russia’s Foreign Policy: An Analytical Assessment of Russia’s Policy towards Greece and Turkey, pp. 100–109.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Phedon Nicolaides, Agenda 2000: The Unanswered Questions at a Glance, pp. 113–119.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Cyprus and International Peacekeeping, by Farid Mirbagheri (John Vickers), pp. 123–124.
    • Byzantine Medieval Cyprus, edited by D. Papanicola-Bakirtzi and M. Iakovou (Sofronis Sofroniou), pp. 115–127.

 

Volume 10:1 Spring 1998

 

  • Articles:
    • Charalambos Papasotiriou, Regional and International Conditions for a Viable Solution to the Cyprus Problem, pp. 11–18.
    • Alain-G Gagnon and Can Erk, A Compact Theory of Federalism: Can the Canadian Federal Experience Provide Lessons for Cyprus?  pp. 19–32.
    • Nicos Peristianis, A Federal Cyprus in a Federal Europe, 33–45.
    • Benjamin J. Broome, Overview of Conflict Resolution Activities in Cyprus: Their Contribution to the Peace Process, pp. 47–66.
    • Caesar V. Mavratsas, Greek-Cypriot Political Culture and the Prospect of European Union Membership: A Worst-Case Scenario, pp. 67–76.
    • S. Victor Papacosma, The Eastern Question Revisited: Greek-Turkish Relations in the Historical Context of Great Power Policy Making, pp. 77–89.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Andreas Theophanous, Gobbi’s Position and an Alternative Perspective, pp. 93–95.
  • Book Review:
    • Labour Utilisation and Income Distribution in Cyprus, edited by E. Demetriades, N. Khoury and S. Mattis (Demetris Christodoulou), pp. 99–104.

 

Volume 10:2 Fall 1998

 

  • Articles:
    • Allan James, The Making of the Cyprus Settlement, 1958-60, pp. 11–32.
    • Niazi Kizilurek, The Politics of Separation and the Denial of Interdependence, pp. 33–39.
    • Hubert Faustmann, Clientelism in the Greek Cypriot Community of Cyprus under British Rule, pp. 41–77.
    • Nadia Charalambous, Ethnicity and Space, pp. 79–112.
    • Anthos Shekeris, The Cypriot Welfare State: Contradiction and Crisis?   pp. 113–134.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Farid Mirbagheri, S-300s Revisited, pp. 137–139.
  • Book Review:
    • In Search of Peace; Minority Rights Group Report 97/3, by Keith Kyle (James Ker-Lindsay), pp. 143–144.

 

Volume 11:1 Spring 1999

 

  • Articles:
    • Zenon Stavrinides, Is a Compromise Settlement in Cyprus Still Possible? Revisiting the Ghali ‘Set of Ideas’, pp. 11–32.
    • Joseph S. Joseph, Cyprus and the EU: Searching for a Settlement in the Light of Accession, pp. 33–57.
    • Dimitris K. Xenakis, Euro-Mediterranean Formations and the Emerging European System: The Case of Cyprus, pp. 59–82.
    • Justin Hutchence and Harris Georgiades, The European Union and the Cyprus Problem: Powerless to Help, pp. 83–96.
    • Phedon Nicolaides, The Economics of Enlarging the European Union: Policy Reform v Transfers, pp. 97–108.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Bernard Musyck, Technology and Innovation Policies in Europe – Lessons for Cyprus?  pp. 111–114.
  • Book Review:
    • Faith in History: Armenians Rebuilding Community, by Susan Paul Pattie (Vassos Argyrou), pp. 117–118.

 

Volume 11:2 Fall 1999

 

  • Articles:
    • Gisela Welz, Beyond Tradition: Anthropology, Social Change, and Tourism in Cyprus, pp. 11–22.
    • Anthos Shekeris, European Trends: The Cypriot Female Labour Force and Occupational Sex Segregation, pp. 23–48.
    • Lina Nearchou,Women Entrepreneurs in Cyprus, pp. 49–64.
    • Kate Hughes, Facing the Challenges, pp. 65–81.
    • Juliette Dickstein, “Portrait of a Jew”: Ethnic Identity and National Belonging in Cyprus, pp. 83–94.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Michael Hajimichael, Opening the Doors: Racial Discrimination in Cyprus, pp. 97–99.
  • Book Review:
    • The Cyprus Conspiracy, America, Espionage and the Turkish Invasion, by Brendan O’Malley and Ian Craig (Kosta St. Pavlowitch), pp. 103–107.

 

Volume 12:1 Spring 2000

 

  • Articles:
    • Harry Anastasiou, Negotiating the Solution to the Cyprus Problem: from Impasse to Post-Helsinki Hope, pp. 11–33.
    • Andreas P. Kyriacou, A Viable Solution to the Cyprus Problem in the Context of European Union Accession, pp. 35–59.
    • Spyros Spyrou, Education, Ideology, and the National Self: The Social Practice of Identity construction in the Classroom, pp. 61–81.
    • Bernard Musyck and Alasdair Reid, A Regional Innovation Strategy for Cyprus, pp. 83–103.
    • Andreas Antoniades, Science and Technology Policy in Cyprus: Economic and Political Aspects of the European Science and Technology Policies for the 21st Century, pp. 105–115.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Glen D. Camp, Cyprus Ironies – An American View, pp. 119–124.
  • Book Review:
    • Britain and the Revolt in Cyprus, 1954 – 1959, by Robert Holland (Zenon Stavrinides), pp. 127–131.

 

Volume 12:2 Fall 2000 - Special Edition

Television and Globalisation: International Perspectives

 

  • Articles:
    • Michael Richards and David French, Globalisation and Television: Comparative Perspectives, pp. 11–26.
    • Michael Richards, National Identity, Cyprus and Global Contexts, pp. 27–43.
    • Nayia Roussou, The Language of Television and National Identity in Cyprus, pp. 45–65.
    • Daya Kishan Thussu, Language Hybridisation and Global Television: The Case of Hinglish, pp. 67–79.
    • David French, Nation States in the World Audiovisual Market: Cyprus and the European Union, pp. 81–99.