No winner emerges from presidential TV debate

The second debate between the three major presidential candidates, Averof Neophytou, Andreas Mavroyiannis and Nikos Christodoulides, took place with no clear winner. CyBC reporter Andreas Kimitris questioned the candidates while they were

Cypriots have bigger things to worry about

Greek and Turkish Cypriots must set aside their differences and find a solution to the Cyprus problem sooner rather than later, as bigger challenges threaten the island’s existence. Intervening at the Cyprus

Who is your vote going to?

With the next presidential elections just around the corner, there is concern about whom to vote for and which party supports the individual candidates. As the voting system is, it limits the

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Armenia is not doomed!

“Our historical lands are the Erivan khanate (i.e. Yerevan), the Goycha (i.e. Lake Sevan) and Zangezur (i.e. Syunik) Mahals. The time will come when we will live there. I believe in and

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Fixing political potholes

The new President, who takes office in five months, needs to set some urgent priorities, chief among them the island’s division, the energy crisis and its impact on household incomes. Not to

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President congratulates Liz Truss

President Nicos Anastasiades has congratulated the new UK Prime Minister Liz Truss and wants to work with her to enhance further and deepen the longstanding partnership. “Cyprus and the UK share historical

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Five proposals to fight corruption

Corruption in Cyprus has filtered through most aspects of our society. First, we need to identify the extent of the problem. Second, we have to look into the causes of corruption. Last

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Resist slogan politics

The presidential election campaign, well underway with over a dozen candidates coming forward, could be as divisive for Cyprus as for the rest of Europe, bracing for an energy crisis, rising inflation

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Nearly story of Cyprus joining NATO

Cyprus and NATO is an old story. In 1959, when the London Agreements for establishing the Republic of Cyprus was signed, the United Kingdom favoured Cyprus joining the Commonwealth and the Council

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