By Dr Andrestinos Papadopoulos, Ambassador a.h. The exploration and exploitation by Cyprus and Israel of their offshore hydrocarbon resources were at an advanced stage when in an article I published in ‘Politis’
There is not much going on in government, as Nicosia is busy putting out fires it started with an energy quest that plotted a course of full steam ahead for a confrontation
It is a fact of life that most towns suffer from traffic congestion problems, as well as difficult accessibility to destinations and lack of parking. It is also a fact the recently
By Cyril Widdershoven The East Med-Turkey confrontation, which has heated up over the last few days after Ankara’s new offshore drilling in Cyprus announcement, could reap the rewards of the Berlin Conference
By Antonis Loizou From time to time it comes to our attention either through our own experience or through information from our readers, various situations that can only be described as “odd”.
Surely, it’s time to survey the wreckage of what Cyprus has done to the beautiful game and ask whether there is any point in trying to pretend that professional football can survive
When the energy ministers of seven states signed the foundation charter this week to elevate the East Med Gas Forum from a discussion platform to a fully-fledged body of cooperation, few realised
Professor Michael R. Czinkota President Donald Trump ordered the termination of Major General Quassim Soleimani of Iran in retribution for his terrorist plans and activities. Iran retaliated with a missile strike on
For a country that doesn’t even employ goal-line technology, the Cyprus FA is taking a leap of faith in its determination to introduce the highly controversial Video Assistant Referee system next season.