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AHIF Announces New Publication "Cyprus 35 Years Later: What is Needed for a Solution?"

AHIF Announces Its Newest Publication

Cyprus 35 Years Later: What is Needed for a Solution?

Book coverThe American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) is pleased to announce the release of its new publication “Cyprus 35 Years Later: What is Needed for a Solution?This 160 page volume includes the papers presented at two seminars marking Turkey’s 1974 invasion and occupation of Cyprus which were sponsored by the AHIF and held in Washington, DC. The most recent seminar held on July 22, 2009. The speakers were Dr. Ted Galen Carpenter, vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C., attorney Nicholas Karambelas, Cyprus Ambassador to the U.S. Andreas Kakouris and Eugene T. Rossides, Founder of AHIF.

AHIF seminar “Cyprus: 34 Years Later” was held on July 16, 2008. The speakers were Dr. Ted Galen Carpenter, Doug Bandow, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and Vice President of Policy for Citizen Outreach, Ambassador Andreas Kakouris and Eugene T. Rossides. Dr. John Brademas, former Congressman and President Emeritus of New York University, was the moderator. He was a leader of the successful effort in the House in the fall of 1974 in enacting the Rule of Law Arms Embargo against Turkey. Moderator for the seminar was Washington TimesManaging Editor-print David Jones, a position he was appointed to in February 2008. He had served as the paper’s foreign editor from 1994 to 2007 after four years as deputy foreign editor.

These papers cover a broad range of topics dealing with the Cyprus problem, covering the thirty-five years of Turkish aggression and occupation of Cyprus and the misguided United States policies. The papers include:

  • Cyprus and the Obama Administration: Good News and Bad News by Ted Galen Carpenter, Ph. D.
  • Cyprus 35 Years Later: What is Needed for a Solution? Political Action by Eugene T. Rossides
  • Cyprus 35 Years Later by Amb. Andreas Kakouris
  • Exclusive Economic Zone: A New Dispute in the Cyprus Issue? by Nicholas Karambelas
  • The “Cyprus Issue”: Now Urgent, After 35 Years by Gregory R. Copley
  • Decision-making Authority Is in Ankara; U.S., E.U. Have Roles to Play by Ted Galen Carpenter, Ph.D.
  • How Do Positive Steps Translate to a Solution? by Doug Bandow
  • Cyprus Is A U.S. Foreign Policy Failure by Eugene T. Rossides
  • Solution for the Cypriots and by the Cypriots by Amb. Andreas Kakouris
  • Reflections by Dr. John Brademas

Also included are the important remarks made in the House and Senate in July 2008 and 2009 commemorating Turkey’s invasion and occupation of Cyprus.

Cyprus 35 Years Later: What is Needed for a Solution?” is available in soft cover, 106 pages for $17.50 plus $3 for postage and handling. AHI members receive a 25 percent discount for $13 plus $3 postage. Bulk rates are also available. To order your copy click here.You may also contact AHI at:

1220 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-785-8430; Email:


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