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AHI-Athens President’s Article Published in Foreign Affairs Greek Edition
February 9, 2016—No. 03 (202) 785-8430

AHI-Athens President’s Article Published in Foreign Affairs Greek Edition

WASHINGTON, DC Foreign Affairs, a leading magazine for analysis and debate of foreign policy, economics and global affairs, published an article in its Greek edition authored by George Economou.  Economou is founder of G.C. Economou & Associates Law Firm and president of the American Hellenic Institute-Athens Chapter.  The article is entitled “QUO VADIS CYPRUS? The slippery road to reaching agreement.”  It appeared in the December 2015 – January 2016 Greek edition of Foreign Affairs.

In his article, Economou states, “…the groundwork is being prepared for the acceptance of a compromised federal solution similar to the ‘Anan Plan’ which will castrate Cyprus as a sovereign and independent state.” Economou argues that in the midst of everyone’s haste to solve the Cyprus problem that one should step back and consider the repercussions not just for Cyprus, but for Greece and potentially the West.  Economou sets the stage by tracing the modern history of Cyprus

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