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Turkey expands military presence in Cyprus with bases and radar installations

Recent developments in Cyprus indicate Turkey’s ambitious plan to establish itself as a dominant naval force in the Eastern Mediterranean, writes ‘Cyprus Daily’. Ankara’s strategy...

The War on Ukraine Accelerates Europe’s Quest for East Mediterranean Energy

The East Mediterranean can play an increased role in Europe’s energy security as several resources in the region could be unlocked taking into consideration...

History Of United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus Case

Maintaining ceasefires, stabilizing situations, and providing support to resolve conflict peacefully were the only aims of the United Nations during its establishment. UN exists...

Cyprus: work access for asylum seekers is improved and the hate speech ban in Parliament welcomed, but problems remain

In a new report published today, the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) lauds positive steps in Cyprus since adopting its last report...

The East Mediterranean Unties the Gordian Knot of Europe’s Energy Dependence

The war on Ukraine has revived interest in the development of natural gas resources and the execution of infrastructure projects that can bring energy...

Cyprus: Rights experts call for urgent solutions for missing persons tragedy

A top UN-appointed human rights panel issued an appeal on Tuesday for faster progress towards finding the remains of those who disappeared during deadly...

The East-Med Pipeline and the European-Turkish Relations

Twenty-five years after the Barcelona Declaration, the Mediterranean regional states have come across several security, economic, and political challenges in which places the stability...

Removing Support for the EastMed Gas Pipeline: A Strategic Decision

In the first days of 2022, the Biden administration withdrew its support for the EastMed gas project, which aims to connect the gas fields...

Unilateral vs Bilateral Euroisation: Political, technical and practical issues in the curious case of north Cyprus

The island of Cyprus has been split between a Greek Cypriot south and a Turkish Cypriot north since 1974. The Turkish Cypriot state declared...

Cyprus: Turkish Occupation and Unpunished Crimes Against Women and Children

On December 16 and 17, Democracy Today, an NGO that focuses on human rights issues, organized its annual international conference in Armenia's capital of...

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Iran’s Armed Forces released the first report on President Raisi’s helicopter crash

The initial report on the helicopter crash that resulted...

The Global Landscape of AI Security: A Guide for Policymakers in Developing Countries

In the ever-evolving digital era, artificial intelligence (AI) has...

Azerbaijan is a Bridge Between Various Power Centers

In a speech in Moscow in 2016, Henry Kissinger, the former...

Primacy or Offshore Balancing: A Conceptual Analysis of U.S.Foreign Policy

Otto Van Bismarck had said, “Lord has special providence...

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