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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.

 

Volume 16:2 Fall 2004 - Special Edition

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

 

Volume 19:1 Spring 2007

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

 

Volume 20:2 Fall 2008

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