The prospect of membership has brought new complications for Cyprus, and the entire accession process. by Aliza Marcus The barbed wire that cuts across Cyprus has rusted, and the buffer zone that separates Greek and Turkish Cypriots is overgrown with weeds and overrun by rats. But Greek Cypriots say their view of the faded strip […]

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