hellenic AntidoteIn the spirit of this project, I'll attempt to think outside the box about the future of Cyprus. Maintenance of the status quo in line with the Taiwan mannequin: A second potential solution to the Cyprus problem is the wait and see” approach premised on the tolerance of the established order by political forces on the island and their primarily concern with the thought of restoration. First and perhaps paradoxically, lately, the Republic of Cyprus has achieved a relative economic miracle.
Having efficiently built-in into worldwide markets, especially in the fields of banking, providers, public works and tourism, the Republic of Cyprus cannot be completely exempt from the final tendency in direction of secession of resourceful areas from nation states. So the Greek-Cypriots' will to pay for the unification with north Cyprus just isn't as strong because it was previously.
A series of political paradoxes clarify why, despite the varied objections to a velvet divorce”, many in each Cypriot communities are in favour of this solution (as was the case in Czechoslovakia), especially if it were to ensure the interests of northern Cyprus vis à vis the EU. First, the invasion and subsequent occupation of northern Cyprus by the Turkish navy authorities must some extent homogenised” the Republic of Cyprus further.
Secondly, for numerous years a big part of the Turkish management and navy authorities have unequivocally declared their intention to annex northern Cyprus into Turkey, or proceed with its formal international recognition, until the Republic of Cyprus agrees to their demands. Thirdly, the Turkish-Cypriot group is more connected to the unification of Cyprus as this could consequence of their immediate entry into the EU, the withdrawal of the majority of Turkish troops from northern Cyprus and improved economic prospects.
The modern federation”, in my opinion, would maximise opportunities for Cyprus as an entire in addition to for both communities on the island. In the second part, I turn to the problem of minorities in Cyprus and examine methods through FLATS FOR RENT LIMASSOL which the political recognition of minorities could contribute to reaching an alternative answer. Despite the constraining clauses contained within the 1959 Zurich Accords, the Republic of Cyprus has acquired complete management over all of the territory that was not occupied.