Cyprus: The Search for a Solution

Bloomsbury Academic, 2005 - 256 σελίδες
The Cyprus problem has defeated all attempts to resolve it for more than forty years. From 1996 onwards the UN, with strong support from the United States, the United Kingdom and other European Union members, mounted the most sustained of all the efforts to reach an agreement, so that a reunited Cyprus could join the European Union in May 2004. Although it came closer to success than any previous attempt, this one was a failure as well. From his unique position as the former British Special Representative for Cyprus, David Hannay tells the story of these negotiations, their ups and downs and of the roles of the United Nations and the European Union. What results is an exceptional first-hand account of a complex situation.

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Lord Hannay of Chiswick was a British Diplomat for 36 years, ending his career as Britain's representative to the UN. Following his retirement in 1995, Hannay was the British Special Representative for Cyprus for seven years. He is currently a member of both the EU Selection Committee and the UN Secretary-General's High House Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change.

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