Anastasiades Defends Cyprus Talks

- February 13, 2014

Cyprus’ President has moved to ease fears that his handling of renewed peace talks with breakaway Turkish Cypriots would scuttle chances for a fair reunification accord.

Cyprus Moves Toward Power-Sharing

- February 11, 2014

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and his Turkish counterpart, Dervis Eroglu, met on Feb. 11 and laid out a blueprint that reportedly calls for Turkish-Cypriot leaders to share power, and creation of a bi-zonal federation.

Cyprus Reunification Talks On Again

- February 8, 2014

Efforts to reunify the ethnically divided Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus will recommence next week after rival Greek and Turkish Cypriots agreed to a new round of talks. The breakaway Turkish Cypriots said renewed talks became possible after both sides agreed on text of a joint declaration outlining the main principles that will guide a future accord.

EU Presses Cyprus Reunification

- January 25, 2014

European Union leaders have urged the Turks and Cypriots to set aside differences and find a way to reunify the island even though talks have broken off.

Cyprus Hopes Unification Talks Restart

- January 10, 2014

Although Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said he believes there’s no longer a chance of reaching a solution with Turkey, which has unlawfully occupied the northern […]