Not Much Ado about Cyprus

- August 8, 2014

In a recent Washington Post article, Northwestern University Law School professor, an expert on international law, wondered aloud why the International Criminal Court (ICC), which […]

Cyprus Rethinking New Foreclosure Law

- August 7, 2014

NICOSIA – Cyprus’ Finance Minister Harris Georgiades said on Thursday that the government looks forward to feedback from the parties that will improve the new […]

Anastasiades Says No Unification Progress

- July 29, 2014

A frustrated Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades has joined a long list of government officials, envoys and negotiators to see a likely dead-end in hopes to reunify the island divided since an unlawful 1974 invasion by Turkey, telling Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras here there’s no progress. Anastasiades has blamed what he called Turkish intransigence for the latest breakdown.

Samaras Says He’ll Stand By Cyprus

- July 27, 2014

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades is to meet in Athens with Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on July 28th to talk about stalled reunification talks with Turkish-Cypriots.

Christodoulides Visit to DC Ends

- July 19, 2014

  WASHINGTON, DC – As the world can barely keep up with the latest explosions – literally – all around them, the people of Cyprus […]

Cyprus Unity Talks Stall

- July 19, 2014

On the eve of the 40th anniversary of Turkey’s invasion, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said he’s worried the country’s division may become permanent.

Cyprus Urges More on Missing

- July 12, 2014

Cooperation in the framework of the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP) should yield more results to help put an end to the humanitarian drama of […]

Biden Mildly Optimistic about Solution

- July 12, 2014

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Vice President Joe Biden said he is “mildly optimistic” about a bizonal bicommunal federal solution to the Cyprus problem. Speaking to 1500 […]