Greece-Turkey Relations: Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Cyprus Dispute, Greco-Turkish War, Greek Muslims, Istanbul Pogrom Books LLC

ISBN: 9781157645573

Published: August 17th 2011

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86 pages


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Greece-Turkey Relations: Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Cyprus Dispute, Greco-Turkish War, Greek Muslims, Istanbul Pogrom  by  Books LLC

Greece-Turkey Relations: Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Cyprus Dispute, Greco-Turkish War, Greek Muslims, Istanbul Pogrom by Books LLC
August 17th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 86 pages | ISBN: 9781157645573 | 5.57 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 85. Chapters: Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Cyprus dispute, Greco-Turkish War, Greek Muslims, IstanbulMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 85. Chapters: Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Cyprus dispute, Greco-Turkish War, Greek Muslims, Istanbul Pogrom, Aegean dispute, Cretan Turks, Greek-Turkish relations, Turks of Western Thrace, Imia/Kardak, Imbros, Greeks in Turkey, Cretan Revolt, Megali Idea, Tenedos, Halki seminary, Muslim minority of Greece, Population exchange between Greece and Turkey, Cyprus Missile Crisis, Greek-Turkish earthquake diplomacy, SS Kurtulu?, Epirus Revolt of 1854, Epirus Revolt of 1878, Turkey-Greece pipeline, Treaty of Athens, Fener, Turks of the Dodecanese, United Nations Security Council Resolution 395, Sismik incident, Davos process.

Excerpt: The Cyprus dispute is the result of the ongoing conflict between the Republic of Cyprus and Turkey, over the Turkish occupied northern part of Cyprus. Initially, with the annexation of the island by the British Empire, the Cyprus dispute was identified as the conflict between the people of Cyprus and the British Crown regarding the Cypriots demand for self determination. The dispute however was finally shifted from a colonial dispute to an ethnic dispute between the Turkish and the Greek islanders.

The international complications of the dispute stretch far beyond the boundaries of the island of Cyprus itself and involve the guarantor powers (Turkey, Greece, and the United Kingdom alike), along with the United States, the United Nations and the European Union. With the invasion of 1974 (condemned by UN Security Council Resolutions as legally invalid), Turkey occupied the northern part of the internationally recognised Republic of Cyprus, and later upon those territories the Turkish Cypriot community unilaterally declared independence forming the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), a sovereign entity that lacks international recognition-with the exception of Turkey with which TRNC enjo...



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