Accountability is missing

When economies are struggling to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, especially Cyprus, overwhelmingly relies on services, tourism and exports, hiking tariffs at the Limassol port monopoly is plain stupid. The alternative port

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Regaining credibility in Europe, UN

Recent events have raised concerns about the government’s ability to handle the serious issues the country is facing. Efforts to cover up the huge responsibilities of the “Governing Trio” of Anastasiades, Christodoulides

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 Blockchain can revolutionise businesses

The emerging blockchain technology became known through Bitcoin, the first practical application of this technology. However, the prospects of blockchain technology do not stop at cryptocurrencies. Around the world, companies from all

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It’s time to fix Cyprus

In the next few days, it is quite likely that we shall come to see the stepping down of the UK’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, for holding parties at Number 10 during

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Impossible is nothing

Apologies don’t come easy in Cyprus politics; in fact, it’s rarer than a unicorn crossing the street wearing a face mask while keeping socially distanced. If the week that passed is a

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EU solidarity goes both ways

When Ioannis Kasoulides took the helm at the Foreign Ministry this week, one got a sense of assurance that Cyprus foreign policy would stay on track and in line with the rest

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Our EU fortunes follow the euro

The euro is an important achievement that consolidates European unity. Proof of this is its recent use as an effective tool to deal with the collective effort against the pandemic. Twenty years

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