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Turkish Flexibility Would Solve Cyprus

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Tribute is due for organizing the great conference to mark the half century anniversary of the Republic of Cyprus, and to the Greek American community for all that is done for the cause of Cyprus over the years. The first time this happened was in December 1963, in the wake of the intercommunal fighting, when Turkish jets flew menacingly over Nicosia on Christmas day and Turkish naval vessels moved threateningly close to the northern coast of Cyprus. One may be permitted some degree of satisfaction by how much was achieved in the international field against so many odds by this small and embattled state. In the area of state responsibility and international criminal jurisdiction in declaring that the establishment of settlers in occupied territory is a war crime, as well defining aggression, Cyprus and its representatives have left their mark in the formulation of the relevant rules of international law.

Keywords:American; Fifty Year Anniversary; Greek; international law; Nicosia; Republic of Cyprus; Turkish



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