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Saving the Iran nuclear deal

By Josep Borrell Five years ago this week in Vienna, the E3/EU+3 (China, France, Germany, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States, along with the European Union’s High Representative


When only the sirens weep for Cyprus

When the political mood music is sirens disrupting the morning air to remind us of a dark tragedy that remains unresolved 46 years on it should serve as more than a wake-up


Time for grown-up debate about 5G

With digital technology undoubtedly the backbone of leaps in the economic and social spheres, one cannot ignore the growing voices concerned about the health impact from the introduction of fast broadband communication,


Fintech revolution in money transfers

By Christiana Lambrou It is widely unknown that money transfers have been around since 1871 with the telegraph-based transfer services in the US. Back then, a sender would pay money to a


Banks are no longer business-friendly

Gather the CEOs of any business and the first topic of conversation is how banks are mistreating them, how banks are late in their response and inflexible, how frustrating it is to


Cyprus co-stars in Cold War redux

If you look very closely, underneath the sheen of a modern European Cyprus there is the remnant of a Cold War legacy that could quickly come back into focus as the world