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New Volume: Austrian Review of International and European Law

New Volume: Austrian Review of International and European Law

The latest volume of the Austrian Review of International and European Law (Vol. 19, 2014) is out. Contents include:

  • Cyprus 1963/1964 – 1974 – 2004 – 2014: What Comes in Fours?
    • Markus P. Beham, Preface: Cyprus 1963/1964 – 1974 – 2004 – 2014: What Comes in Fours?
    • Aristoteles Constantinides, 1974-2014: 40 Years of a Divided Cyprus
    • Ioannis Zelepos, The Historical Background of the Cyprus Problem – Just a Conflict of Ethnic Nationalism?
    • Aristoteles Constantinides, The Cyprus Problem in the United Nations Security Council
    • Helmut Tichy, Cyprus: A Situation of Serious Concern from the Rule of Law Perspective
    • Christina Binder, Cyprus Through the Lens of the European Court of Human Rights or The European Court of Human Rights and Public International Law
    • Nikolas Kyriakou, The Question of Missing Persons in Cyprus
    • Markus P. Beham, Cyprus Through the Lens of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation: ‘The Victim of an Outcome in Which They Have no Fault’
    • Maria Hadjipavlou, Cypriot Citizens’ Peace Building Efforts Toward Reconciliation
    • Irene Etzersdorfer, Conceptual Thoughts on the Linkage of ‘Ethnos’ and ‘Politics’ – Applied to the Emergence of the Cyprus Conflict
    • Adamantios Theodor Skordos, Ethno-Political Violence in Southeast Europe – The Cyprus Case
    • Karl Müller, New Chances Amidst Old Challenges
    • Marios Ieronymides, Closing Words

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