The European Union and the Cyprus Conflict: Modern Conflict, Postmodern Union

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Manchester University Press, 2002 - Political Science - 238 pages
This book is a multi-faceted exploration of the Cyprus conflict in Europe, which investigates the international settling of the conflict, its modernist features, particularly European influences over identity, and postmodernization as a possible solution. The contributors to this book not only pursue fresh theoretical perspectives in an area that has so far been largely under-theorized, but also critically examine current European policies in search of alternatives.
 

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Contents

the European Unions eastern enlargement
17
security considerations
34
Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean seen from Turkey Isil Kazan
54
crossethnic contact and the discourse
73
the case of the Turkish Cypriots
98
UN and
117
Last exit to paradise? The European Union the Cyprus conflict and
139
Democratisation in Turkey EU enlargement and the regional dynamics
163
The social and economic impact of EU membership on northern Cyprus
181
Cyprus and the European Union an opening Thomas Diez
203
Index
231
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Thomas Diez is Professor of International Relations in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham.

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