Cyprus Peace Process Roundup: “Structured” talks move ahead

Friday, September 19, 2014  | 
 After months of little progress, newly-appointed United Nations envoy Espen Barth Eide is ratcheting up the pace of the Cyprus peace process, committing the parties to biweekly negotiations: Rival leaders of ethnically-split Cyprus have...

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Cyprus Peace Process Roundup

Friday, September 12, 2014  | 
On Monday, Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides took Ankara and Turkish Cypriot leaders to task for stalling the peace process: Speaking to Cyprus’s state broadcaster RIK, Kasoulides said that the Greek-Cypriot...

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A treasure trove of Greek history

Wednesday, September 10, 2014  | 
HALC’s Word of the Week this week is ἱστορία (history), and what better way to kick off discussion of that concept than with this article from the National Geographic about...

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RT @NatalieMWesely: #OnThisDay 480 BC, Battle of Salamis, Greeks defeat the Persians. #history #greece
Catch up on the latest in the Cyprus peace process over at the HALC blog:
This #ThrowbackThursday, take a tour through the stunning finds at the Amphipolis archeological site, where...