This book presents a fresh perspective on the Cyprus problem by going beyond analyses that focus exclusively on the geopolitical or identity dimensions.Itmakes the complexity ofthe problem clearby assessing the role of class and other social forces as well as the changing regional and global context that shapes Cyprus.It examines the societal transformations taking place within the island: socio-economic development, population transitions and migration, and rapidly changing social and political institutions. The book provides a holistic and critical approach to the transformations in Cyprus from a comparative-historical methodological perspective.For summary, see http :/ / www. ucy. ac.cy/ data/ eco rece/ 9g. pdf Michael, M., Christophides, L., Hadjiyiannis, C. and ... otn ouuusa#39;toxva#39;] tum YUUOLLKCDD oa#39; tnvtxyopd spyaofocga], AoKl/MOZ Oucovoiumjg HoM-cucra#39;lg, 2a08, April 2008, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Beyond a Divided Cyprus|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-11-27|