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Introduction To Part Three

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Isolation should be understood in the context of the suspension of the acquis and is deprived from any political meaning. Thus, the derogatory regime of Protocol 10 is deemed to create a new regulatory framework, aiming at deconstructing the rules of the Internal Market and substituting them with a re-regulatory regime to avoid the complete isolation of the territory from the rest of Cyprus and from the European Union (EU) pending the reunification of the island. Part three of this book explains that the outcome of the application of this re-regulatory regime amounts in fact to the differentiated re-implementation of the rules of the Internal Market. It is argued that the (non)implementation of the Internal Market is central to the (non)integration of Cyprus into the EU in the same way as the construction of the Internal Market through a "paradoxical combination of deregulation and re-regulation" was essential to European integration.

Keywords: Cyprus; derogatory regime; European integration; European Union (EU); internal market

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