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The Cyprus Question and the Turkish Position in International Law By Zaim M. Necatigil

The Cyprus Question and the Turkish Position in International Law
by Zaim M. Necatigil

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An examination, from the Turkish viewpoint, of the recent history of Cyprus and the legal issues raised in connection with developments that took place there after 1963. The author also discusses events of the 1980s with details of political negotiations up to the early months of 1988.
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The Cyprus Question and the Turkish Position in International Law by Zaim M. Necatigil

The "Cyprus question" has been and remains one of the more intractable problems in world affairs. The question of who should govern the island of Cyprus has provoked a steady stream of publications, most of which have supported the Greek position. Until now the Turkish position has not been well documented. This book sets out the Turkish case, principally from a legal standpoint, but using, in addition to legal material, historical, diplomatic and political sources. The work begins with an account of the recent history of Cyprus and goes on to deal with the international law aspects of the various developments that have taken place since 1963. In particular the author considers the intercommunal hostilities of 1963, the separation of the two communities under different administrations, the "doctrine of necessity", the coup d'etat of 1974, the Treaty of Guarantee and the Turkish intervention of 1974, human rights, the constitutional proposals of each side and the question of future federation for Cyprus. The author then examines the events of the 1980s, beginning with an historical analysis of the proclamation of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in November 1983 and ending with a discussion of the recent "rapprochement" between Greece and Turkey, the presidential elections in the South and the prospects for a federal solution.

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Table of Contents


The Zurich and London agreements and the establishment of the Cyprus Republic - the 1960 constitution, why "Enosis?"; the uneasy years 1963-1974 - Kokkina-Mansoura fighting and action by the Turkish Air Force, attack at Ayios Theodoros, violations of the 1960 Constitution and the "doctrine of necessity"; intercommunal negotiations 1968-1974; Turkish intervention and its aftermath - the Geneva Conference, the European Commission of Human Rights and Cyprus; the Treaty of Guarantee; the intercommunal negotiations - the period 1975-1977, Turkish Cypriot proposals of 1978, Denktash-Kyprianou summit, Turkish Cypriot proposals of August 1981, Greek Cypriot proposals of 1980-1981, Waldheim ideas; an evaluation of the intercommunal talks; towards declaration of statehood - the intercommunal talks during the years 1982-1983, United Nations debate and resolution 37/253; self-determination; statehood and after; the "proximity talks"; the constitution of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus; statehood and recognition; developments after the summit of 1985 - 29 March 1986 document, Cyprus and the EEC, the Aegean dispute, the Foreign Affairs Committee Report. Appendices: the Akritas Plan; UN Security Council Resolution 353 (1974); the Geneva Declaration of 30 July 1974; UN Security Council Resolution 541 (1983); agenda for the third round of the UN Secretary-General's Proximity Talks on Cyprus, 1984; draft framework agreement on Cyprus presented by the UN Secretary-General on 29 March 1986; letter dated 29 March 1986 from the UN Secretary-General.

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GOR008814542
The Cyprus Question and the Turkish Position in International Law by Zaim M. Necatigil
Zaim M. Necatigil
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Oxford University Press
1989-04-06
375
0198252250
9780198252252
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