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An Island Divided: Next Steps for Troubled Cyprus

Greek and Turkish Cypriots have moved farther apart since a failed summit in 2017, hampering cooperation in several important matters and increasing tensions in the eastern Mediterranean.

Hopes for reunifying Cyprus are faint at present, but the parties can still work toward more modest goals.

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Relations between Greek and Turkish Cypriots have soured since 2017, when negotiations under UN auspices to reunify Cyprus as a bizonal, bicommunal federation broke down.

Prospects for renewed talks, let alone a settlement, have receded further amid an increasingly complex geopolitical…

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