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Europeanisation and Conflict Resolution: The Case of Cyprus
Kyris, George
This paper investigates the example of Cyprus as a case study for the Europeanisation of conflict resolution. The argument advanced is that the European Union (EU) impacts the positions of the parts of the conflict (here, Greek Cypriots, Turkish Cypriots and Turkey) but not always towards the resolution of the dispute and compliance with EU conditionality. Conformity with EU conditionality depends on its credibility, which is decreased by the internalisation of the conflict into the EU. In this context, this work contributes to the discussion on Europeanisation and the aptitude of the EU in conflict resolution as well as the role of the EU in the Cyprus conflict during the post-accession years.
11-2013
32 - Política
33 - Economia
332 - Economia regional i territorial. Economia del sòl i de la vivenda
341 - Dret internacional. Drets humans
Unió Europea
Resolució de conflictes
Resolució de conflictes (Dret) -- Europa
Unió Europea -- Xipre
Unió Europea -- Turquia
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16 p.
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Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals
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