Game over for Armenia?

During the past three decades, Armenia struggled to convince the world that the ethnic enclave of Nagorno-Karabagh was an integral part of the Armenian nation, connected to the motherland with a fragile


Ernst & Young to boost Cyprus investment

Professional services giant Ernst and Young pledged to bolster its presence in Cyprus with jobs and investment during contacts with President Nikos Christodoulides in New York. They discussed issues related to investments

Erdoganomics abandoned after interest hikes

Turkey’s Central Bank cemented the country’s policy shift with a super-sized rate hike, raising its key interest rate by a lofty 500 basis points to 30%. The latest hike marks a second

US sees importance of UN Cyprus envoy

President Nikos Christodoulides briefed US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland about his initiative to resume deadlocked Cyprus problem negotiations, underlining the importance of a UN envoy. The Cyprus News Agency said

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