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Bearing in mind the geostrategic ramifications of Brexit, this review offers a critical assessment of a significant new book with one primary purpose—to analyse the negotiations over the two areas of the Crown Colony of Cyprus, which, upon the establishment of the Republic of Cyprus on 16 August...
Utilizing the theory of securitization and security sectors of the Copenhagen School, this article analyses the re-securitization process of Turkish foreign policy on Cyprus after the collapse of the peace talks at the Crans Montana Conference in 2017. The failure of the negotiation process to...
Decentralized EU agencies have played an important role in the Union’s institutional landscape over the last three decades. Various engagement logics and types of cooperation have previously been investigated for the European Economic Area and EU Eastern Partnership countries, but not for the...
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