Contents: Volumes 13-20

 

Volume 13:1 Spring 2001

 

  • Articles:
    • Gisela Welz, “One Leg in the Past, and One Leg in the Future”: A Society in Transition, pp. 11–30.
    • Ann-Sofi Jakobsson Hatay, The Contribution of European Integration to Ethnic Conflict Resolution: The Cases of Northern Ireland and Cyprus, pp. 31–57.
    • Cynthia Cockburn, Gender in Armed Conflict and Peace Processes, pp. 59–74.
    • Yiorghos Leventis, Self-Government – Enosis or Immediate Enosis: The Influence of Zakhariadis on the Shift in Akel’s Strategy (November 1948 - January 1949), pp. 75–87.
    • Claude Nicolet, British Policy towards Cyprus, 1960 – 1974: A Tale of Failure or Impotence?   pp. 89–101.
    • Craig Webster, The Placement of Cyprus’ Embassies:  The Influence of Realpolitik and Culture, pp. 103–113.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Angelos Sepos, Belgium’s Federal System in the European Union: A Model for Cyprus, pp. 117–120.
  • Book Review:
    • The European Union and Cyprus, by Christopher Brewin (Oliver Richmond), pp. 123–125.

 

Volume 13:2 Fall 2001

 

  • Articles:
    • George H. Kelling, To Stay or Not to Stay; that is the Question: Cyprus and the Official Mind of Imperialism in the Post-war World (1945-1955), pp. 13–28.
    • Heinz A. Richter, Ankara’s Policy towards Cyprus and the European Union, pp. 29–45.
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis, The Location of Cyprus in the Southern European Context: Europeanisation as Modernisation?   pp. 47–73.
    • Ramona Lenz, The Lady and the Maid: Racialised Gender Relations in Greek-Cypriot Households, pp. 75–92.
    • Tasoulla Hadjiyanni, The Persistence of Refugee Consciousness – The Case of Greek-Cypriot Refugees, pp. 93–110.
    • Giuseppina Semola, Echoes of Italy in Cyprus: Lawrence Durrell’s Bitter Lemons, pp. 111–121.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Oliver P. Richmond, A Perilous Catalyst?  EU Accession and the Cyprus Problem, pp. 125–131.
  • Book Review:
    • The Work of the UN in Cyprus, Promoting Peace and Development, by Oliver P. Richmond & James Ker-Lindsay (Peter Allen), pp. 135–136.

 

Volume 14:1 Spring 2002

 

  • Articles:
    • George S. Yiangou, A Critical Evaluation of the Applicability of the Aland Model into the Conflict Situation in Cyprus with a View to Achieving Peaceful Governance, pp. 13–28.
    • Glen D. Camp, Policy Implications of the East Mediterranean Security Situation, pp. 29–54.
    • Eniko Baga, Civic Involvement and Social Capital Creation: Evidence from the Environmental Sector in the Republic of Cyprus, pp. 55–66.
    • Andrew Michael, The Proposed Reforms of the Cyprus Tax Structure: Who Really Benefits?   pp. 67–86.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Costa Carras, Greek – Turkish Forum First Public Event – March 2002 Cyprus: year of decision, pp. 89–100.
    • Keith Kyle, British Policy on Cyprus 1974-2002, pp. 101–109.
  • Book Review:
    • United States Policy towards Cyprus, 1954-1974: Removing the Greek-Turkish Bone of Contention, by Claude Nicolet (Peter Loizos), pp. 113–119.

 

Volume 14:2 Fall 2002

 

  • Articles:
    • Marios Constantinou, Constitutional Learning for Cypriots in the Light of the Swiss and EU Experience: A Sociological Perspective.  Part I: Inducing Reflexivity in the Turkish-Cypriot Constitutional Vision, pp. 13–44.
    • Anna M. Agathangelou and Kyle D. Killian, In the Wake of 1974: Psychological Well-being and Post-Traumatic Stress in Greek Cypriot Refugee Families, pp. 45–69.
    • Fusun Coban Doskaya, Legitimating Discourse: An Analysis of Legitimation Strategies in US Official Discourse on Cyprus, pp. 71–97.
    • Hubert Faustmann, Independence Postponed: Cyprus 1959 – 1960, pp. 99–119.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Nathalie Tocci, The Copenhagen Summit: Implications for Turkey and the Cyprus Conflict, pp. 123–126.
    • Taisha Abraham, “I Am So Sari” The Construction of South Asians in Cyprus, pp. 127–131.
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Making of a Refugee: Children Adopting Refugee Identity in Cyprus, by Tasoulla Hadjiyanni (Nicos Peristianis), pp. 135–137.
    • Keeping the Peace in the Cyprus Crisis of 1963-64, by Alan James (Joseph S. Joseph), pp. 138–141.

 

Volume 15:1 Spring 2003

 

  • Articles:
    • Marios Constantinou, Constitutional Learning for Cypriots in the Light of the Swiss and EU Experience: A Sociological Perspective.  Part II: Theoretical and Practical Stakes of Federalisation, pp. 13–65.
    • Eleni Apeyitou, Turkish-Cypriot Nationalism: Its History and Development (1571-1960), pp. 67–98.
    • Heinz Richter The Cypriot Communist Party and the Comintern, pp. 99–119.
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis and Panayiotis Pantelides, Mapping Discriminatory Landscapes in Cyprus: Ethnic Discrimination in the Labour Market, pp. 121–146.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Guy Shorrock, Bird Killing in Cyprus, pp. 149–153.
    • Marios Constantinou, Irredentism Lite: The New Syntax of Domination and the Semantic Indexicality of a Postmodern Experience, pp. 154–164.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Turkey in World Politics, by Barry Rubin and Kemal Kirnsci, and Cyprus: A Troubled Island, by Andrew Borowiec (Oliver P. Richmond), pp. 167–171.
    • A Viable Solution to the Cyprus Problem, Lessons from Political Economy, by Andrew P. Kyriacou (Van Coufoudakis), pp. 172–173.
    • Embracing Cyprus, the Path to Unity in the New Europe by Pauline Green (with Ray Collins) (Vassilis K Fouskas), pp. 174–176.

 

Volume 15:2 Fall 2003

  

  • Articles:
    • Giorgos  I. Kentas, A Realist Evaluation of Cyprus’ Survival Dilemma as a Result of the Annan Plan, pp. 13–64.
    • Alexis Heraclides, The 55 Year Cyprus Debacle: A Bird’s Eye View, pp. 65–80.
    • Katerina Yennari Building Bridges in Cyprus: The Role of the European Union in the Reconciliation of the Two Communities, pp. 81–102.
    • Costas M. Constantinou, Cyprus, Europe, Mythography, pp. 103–120.
    • Marina Michaelidou and Daniel J. Decker, European Union Policy and Local Perspectives: Nature Conservation and Rural Communities in Cyprus, pp. 12–145.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Peter Loizos, What does it mean to Think Historically?   pp. 149–152.
  • Book Reviews:
    • The United Nations and Peace Enforcement: Wars Terrorism and Democracy, by Mohammed Awad Osman (James Ker-Lindsay), pp. 155–158.
    • Boundaries of Cooperation: Cyprus, de facto Partition, and the Delimitation of Transboundary Resource Management, by Peter R Hocknell (Oliver P. Richmond), pp. 159–161.

 

Volume 16:1 Spring 2004

 

  • Articles:
    • Keith Kyle, A British View of the Annan Plan, pp. 13–28.
    • Elena Ioannidou, On Language and Ethnic Identity among Greek Cypriot Students, pp. 29–52.
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis, Mapping Discriminatory Landscapes in Cyprus: Ethnic Discrimination in a Divided Education System, pp. 53–86.
    • Jan Asmussen, Early Conflicts between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot Communities in Cyprus, pp. 87–106.
    • Andrew Michael, Monetary Policy in Cyprus: Before and After EU Membership, pp. 107–134.
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Michalis Attalides, The Political Process in Cyprus and the Day after the Referendum, pp. 137–146.
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Annan Plan and the European Option, by AndreasTheophanous (Costas Melakopides), pp. 149–153.
    • Cyprus 1957-1963, From Colonial Conflict to Constitutional Crisis.  The Key Role of the Municipal Issue, by Diana Weston Markides (Hubert Faustmann), pp. 154–159.

 

Cyprus, the EU and the Referenda on the Annan Plan

 

  • Articles:
    • Glen Camp, Cyprus and East Mediterranean Security Problems: New Developments – Old Problems, pp. 13–36.
    • Alexis Heraclides, The Cyprus Problem: An Open and Shut Case? Probing the Greek Cypriot Rejection of the Annan Plan, pp. 37–54.
    • Tozun Bahcheli, Saying Yes to EU Accession: Explaining the Turkish Cypriot Referendum Outcome, pp. 55–66.
    • Van Coufoudakis, Cyprus – The Referendum and its Aftermath, pp. 67–82.
    • Thanos Veremis and Philippos Savvides, Cyprus after the Referenda of April 24: What Next?   pp. 83–94.
    • George Vassiliou, The Cyprus Problem and the European Union, pp. 95–102.
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Mehmet Ali Birand, Papadopoulos has Saved Us from Our Complex, pp. 105–108.
    • Keith Kyle, Twenty-one years with Cyprus, pp. 109–112.
  • Book Review:
    • The Cyprus Question and the EU: The Challenge and the Promise, by Andreas Theophanous (Michalis Attalides), pp. 115–117.

 

Volume 17:1 Spring 2005

 

  • Articles:
    • Tozun Bahcheli and Sid Noel, Imposed and Proposed Federations: Issues of Self-Determination and Constitutional Design in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cyprus, Sri Lanka and Iraq, pp. 13 – 36
    • Julie Scott, Reconfiguring Paradise in Cyprus, pp. 37 – 58
    • Stefan Beck, Putting Genetics to Use, pp. 59 – 78
    • Craig Webster, Greek Cypriot Perspectives on Interacting with Turkish Cypriots, pp. 79 – 92
    • Marios Constantinou, Reckoning with Anthropology’s Replotting of Narratives of Liberal Colonialism: A Counter-Narrative of Insurrection Beckoning to the Decolonisation of Reason, pp. 93 – 109
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • James Ker-Lindsay,  Cyprus: The Way Forward, pp. 113 – 122
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Cyprus Question, 1878-1960 The Constitutional Aspect by Evanthis Hatzivassiliou (Hubert Faustmann) pp. 125 – 131
    • The Search for a Solution by David Hannay and An International Relations Debacle: The UN Secretary-General’s Mission of Good Offices in Cyprus1999-2004 by Claire Palley
    • (Michalis Attalides), pp. 132 – 143
    • (Nicos Trimikliniotis), pp. 144 – 153

 

Volume 17: 2 Fall 2005

 

  • Articles:
    • Matt Qvortrup, Fair Voting? The Regulation of Referendums in Cyprus in Comparative Perspective, pp. 13 – 25
    • Niki Christodoulou and Pavlos Pavlou, Repatriation Issues in Cyprus, pp. 27 – 46
    • Andrekos Varnava, Recreating Rural Britain and Maintaining Britishness in the Mediterranean: The Troodos Hill Station in Early British Cyprus, pp. 47 – 79
    • Costas Constantinou, The Differential Embodiment of Home: Constructing and Reconstructing Identities among Refugees, pp. 81 – 101
    • Stephanie Laulhe, Recent Strategies towards the Membership of Cyprus to the European Union: A Case Study on Trade, pp. 103 – 125
    • George Christoforou and Marios Katsioloudes, The Present and Future Prospects of E-Commerce in Cyprus, pp. 127 – 144
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Nicos A Pittas, Cyprus: The Way Forward, pp. 147 – 150
  • Book Reviews:
    • Echoes from the Dead Zone: Across the Cyprus Divide, by Yiannis Papadakis and, From the East: Conflict and Partition in Cyprus, by Costas Yennaris (Oliver Richmond), pp. 153 – 156
    • Place of Refuge: A History of the Jews in Cyprus, by Stavros Panteli (John A Koumoulides), pp. 157 – 159
    • Sources for the History of Cyprus: Volume CI: Enosis and the British: British Official Documents 1878-1950, Selected and edited   by Reed Coughlan (William Mallinson) pp. 161 – 163

 

Volume 18:1 Spring 2006

 

  • Articles:
    • Craig Webster and Alexandros Lordos, Who Supported the Annan Plan? An Exploratory Statistical Analysis of the Demographic, Political and Attitudinal Correlates, pp. 13 – 35
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis, A Communist’s Post-Modern Power Dilemma: One Step Back, Two Steps Forward, “Soft No” and Hard Choices…, pp. 37 - 86
    • Stelios Stavridis, Towards a ‘European Solution’ of the Cyprus Problem: False Promise or Real Opportunity?, pp. 87 - 119
    • Alexis Rappas, The Cypriot Colonial Civil Servant: Practical Agency through Uncertain Identities, pp. 121 - 136
    • John Ungerleider, The Impact of Youth Peacebuilding Camps: Connectedness, Coping and Collaboration, pp. 137 - 147
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Peter Loizos, In Memoriam: Prokopis Papaloizou, 1907-2002, pp. 151 - 159
  • Book Reviews:
    • ‘Step-mother Tongue’ From Nationalism to Multiculturalism: Literatures of Cyprus, Greece and Turkey, edited by Mehmet Yain (Andrekos Varnavas), pp. 163 – 167
    • Cyprus and the EU: The Road to Accession, edited by Constantin Stefanou (Phedon Nicolaides), pp. 169 - 170
    • Cyprus: A Modern History, by William Mallinson (Emilios Solomou), pp. 171 - 173
    • Cyprus 1900-2000: Footprints on the Sands of Time, edited by John A. Koumoulides (Emilios Solomou), pp. 175 - 177

 

Volume 18:2 Fall 2006

 

  • Articles:
    • Michalinos Zembylas and Hakan Karahasan, The Politics of Memory and Forgetting in Pedagogical Practices: Towards Pedagogies of Reconciliation and Peace in Divided Cyprus, pp. 13 – 35
    • Anna M. Agathangelou, Colonising Desires: Bodies for Sale, Exploitation and In (Security) in Desire Industries, pp. 37 - 73
    • Andreas Panayiotou, Models of Compromise and ‘Power Sharing’ in the Experience of Cypriot Modernity, pp. 75 - 103
    • Savvas Daniel Georgiades, Favouritism as a Form of Injustice in Cyprus: Ubiquitous and Eternal, pp. 105 - 127
    • Mete Hatay, The Levantine Legacy of Cypriot Culinary Culture, pp. 129 - 142
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Alexandros Lordos, 8th July 2006: The Unappreciated Breakthrough, pp. 145 – 151
  • Book Reviews:
    • The British and the Hellenes: Struggles for Mastery in the Eastern Mediterranean 1850-1960, by Robert Holland and Diana Markides (Keith Kyle), pp. 155 – 159
    • Britain in Cyprus: Colonialism and Post-Colonialism 1878-2006, edited by Hubert Faustmann and Nicos Peristianis (Zenon Stavrinides), pp. 161 - 166
    • Divided Cyprus: Modernity, History and an Island in Conflict, edited by Yiannis Papadakis, Nicos Peristianis and Gisela Welz (Andrekos Varnava), pp. 167 - 172

 

Special Edition: Reconciliation in Cyprus
Guest Editor for this issue: Nicos Trimikliniotis
 
  • Introduction:
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis, Reconciliation and Citizenship in Cyprus: A Trans Communal Concept for Social Action, pp. 13-15
  • Articles:
    • Laurie Johnson, Reconciliation and Peace Education in Cyprus: What Will It Take? pp. 17-41
    • Chara Makriyianni and Charis Psaltis, The Teaching of History and Reconciliation, pp. 43-69
    • Erol Kaymak, Does Cyprus Need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission? pp. 71-89
    • Virginie Ladisch, The Challenge of Peacebuilding: Cypriot Views on Reconciliation, pp. 91-108
    • David Officer, Northern Ireland – Peace without Reconciliation, pp. 109-121
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis, Reconciliation and Social Action in Cyprus: Citizens’ Inertia and the Protracted State of Limbo, pp. 123-160
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Djelal Kadir, Truth and Reconciliation on Cyprus will be Possible, when …, pp. 163-169
    • Ari Sitas, Reconciliation and Transformation: Lessons from South Africa? pp. 171-179
    • John Milios, “The Greek Nation”: An Inherently Totalitarian Concept. Concerns to be borne in Mind during the Reconciliation Process in Cyprus, pp. 181-186
  • Book Reviews:
    • Turkey and the EU: An Awkward Candidate for EU Membership (2nd Edition), by Harun Arikan (Tosun Bahcheli), pp. 189-192
    • Dancing Fear and Desire: Race, Sexuality, and Imperial Politics in Middle Eastern Dance, by Stavros Stavrou Karayanni (Constantinos Phellas), pp. 193-19

 

Volume 19:2 Fall 2007

 

  • Articles
    • James Ker-Lindsay, An Irreparable Breakdown of Trust: Relations between the UN Secretary-General and the Greek Cypriots Before and After the 2004 Referendum, pp. 13-30
    • Evagoras C. Leventis and Andreas Tsokkalides, Protracted Social Conflict Analysis and Cyprus: An Assessment, pp. 31-56
    • Emel Akcali, The ‘Other’ Cypriots and their Cyprus Questions, pp. 57-82
    • Andreas Stergiou, Soviet Policy toward Cyprus, pp. 83-106
    • Marina Vasilara and Gotelenne Piaton, The Role of Civil Society in Cyprus, pp. 107-121
  • Plus Commentary Articles by:
    • Mike Hajimichael, Where is the Movement? pp. 125-128
    • Craig Webster, Cyprus and Its Responsibility towards the World’s Poor, pp. 129-134
  • Book Reviews:
    • Subcontracting Peace: The Challenges of NGO Peacebuilding, edited   by Oliver P. Richmond and Henry F. Carey (Ayla Garel), pp. 137-141
    • Collective Non-Recognition of Illegal States [in German],   by Stefan Talmon (Altana Filos), pp. 143 - 148
    • Greece and the Cold War: Frontline State, 1952-1967, by Evanthis Hatzivassiliou (Diana Markides), pp. 149-151

 

Volume 20:1 Spring 2008

 

  • Articles:
    • Christalla Yakinthou, The Quiet Deflation of Den Xehno? Changes in the Greek Cypriot Communal Narrative on the Missing Persons in Cyprus, pp.15-33
    • Nicos Peristianis and Katerina Kokkinou, Single-Parent Families in Cyprus, pp. 35-55
    • Mashoed Bailie and Bekir Azgin, A Barricade, a Bridge and a Wall: Cypriot Journalism and the Mediation of Conflict in Cyprus, pp. 57-92
    • Olga Demetriou, Reading the Paratexts of the Cyprus Conflict: Policy, Science, and the Pursuit of ‘Objectivity’, pp. 93-113
    • Theodora Christodoulidou, The Legal Status of the Buffer Zone in Cyprus, pp. 115-12
  • Plus Commentary Article by:
    • Panayiotis Constanti, Tradition, What Tradition? pp. 129-131
  • Book Reviews:
    • The Cyprus Issue: A Documentary History, 1878-2007, edited by Murat Hakki (Andrekos Varnava), pp. 135-139
    • Legal Aspects of the Cyprus Problem: Annan Plan and EU Accession, by Frank Hoffmeister (Kudret zersay), pp. 141-144
    • Update on the Cyprus Conflict, by Clement Dodd (Erol Kaymak), pp. 145-148
    • Cultures of Memory / Memories of Culture, edited by Stephanos Stephanides and Coffee House Embellishments, by Nicos Philippou (Paul Gibbs), pp. 149-150
    • Contentious Issues of Security and the Future of Turkey, edited by Nursin Atesoglu Guney (Glen D. Camp), pp. 151-155
    • European Security in Transition, edited by Gunther Hauser and Franz Kernic (George Christou), pp. 157-160
 
Special Edition: Migration, Racism and Multiculturalism
 
  • Editorial:
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis, Rethinking Migration, Discrimination and Multiculturalism in a Post-tourist Society, pp. 13-16
  • Articles:
    • Cetta Mainwaring, On the Edge of Exclusion: The Changing Nature of Migration in Cyprus and Malta, pp. 19-49
    • Elena Papamichael, Greek-Cypriot Teachers’ Understandings of Intercultural Education in an Increasingly Diverse Society, pp. 51-78
    • Nicos Trimikliniotis and Corina Demetriou, Evaluating the Anti-discrimination Law in the Republic of Cyprus: A Critical Reflection, pp. 79-116
    • Mihaela Fulias-Souroulla, Marriage and Migration: Greek Cypriot Representations and Attitudes towards Inter-societal Marriage, pp. 117-143
    • Mete Hatay, The Problem of Pigeons: Orientalism, Xenophobia and a Rhetoric of the ‘Local’ in North Cyprus, pp. 145-171
  • Commentary Article:
    • Muharrem Faiz, The Population Issue in North Cyprus, pp. 175-187
    • Nicos Philippou, Migrants, Social Space and Visibility, pp. 189-193
  • Book Reviews:
    • European Immigration: A Sourcebook, edited by Anna Triandafyllidou and Ruby Gropas (Floya Anthias), pp. 197-201
    • Many Middle Passages – Forced Migration and the Making of the Modern World, edited by Emma Christopher / Cassandra Pybus / Marcus Rediker (Hauke Dorsch), pp. 203-206
  • Plus:
    • ‘Borders. Migration, Security and Trafficking Dilemmas: Current Debates and Cypriot Challenges’ (an extended review essay addressing major debates and recent publications including):
    • Soft or Hard Borders? Managing the Divide in an Enlarged Europe, edited by Joan DeBardeleben
    • Thinking the Unthinkable: The Immigration Myth Exposed, by Nigel Harris
    • Open Borders: The Case against Immigration Controls, by Teresa Hayter.
    • Terror, Insecurity and Liberty, Illiberal Practices of Liberal Regimes after 9/11, edited by Didier Bigo and Anastasia Tsouklala
    • Security, Risk and Human Rights: A Vanishing Relationship? by Anastasia Tsoukala
    • The Global Political Economy of Sex, Desire, Violence Insecurity in Mediterranean Nation State, by Anna Agathangelou
    • Εμπόριο Γυναικών στην Κυπριακή Δημοκρατία, by Ramona Lenz
    • Εμπόριο Κοριτσιών, Η Διακίνηση Νεαρών Γυναικών Από και Προς την Κύπρο και η Εξώθηση τους στη Πορνεία, by Chambis Kiatipis (Nicos Trimikliniotis), pp. 207-232