New Cyprus conflict book from Clement Dodd
Renowned British historian Clement Dodd has released a new book, 'The History and Politics of the Cyprus Conflict'. The Cyprus issue has long been, and still is, a major source of contention in the Eastern Mediterranean and continues vitally to affect Turkey’s relations with Greece and Europe.
It is a major factor impeding Turkey’s accession to the European Union. This comprehensive study of the international and domestic history and politics of the Cyprus conflict covers the period from 1878 to the present day. It is primarily based on work on original sources by the author and by other students of the conflict.
- Inter-communal Discord and British Rule 1878-1954
- Violence and a Settlement 1955-60
- Constitutional Breakdown 1960-64
- Holding Back Turkey 1964-67
- Negotiations and the Greek Junta 1968-74
- Turkish Military Intervention and the Geneva Conferences 1974
- From Guide Lines to the First UN Plan 1975-87
- The Set of ideas and Confidence-building 1988-94
- The EU Catalyst and the UN 1995-2002
- The Rise and Fall of the Annan Plan 2002-04
- After the Referenda
The author Professor Clement Dodd was a fellow in politics, with special reference to Turkey, in the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
The book (ISBN: 978-0-230-24211-1) costs £60 and can be bought from reputable retailers such as Amazon or direct from the publishers. You can also order via the publisher's website: www.palgrave.com or email your order to email@example.com
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Released on 07/09/2010