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The Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs (formerly the Research Center – Intercollege) has established itself as a pioneering and innovative think-tank and research institution through the quality of its work and its contribution to society and public debate in Cyprus and beyond. The Research Center – Intercollege was founded in March 1993 as an independent, non-profit making institution and was renamed Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs (CCEIA) in September 2007 (following the universitization of Intercollege and its renaming as cceia of Nicosia).  The Center seeks to advance academic and policy-oriented research and to contribute to the study and analysis of important economic, political and social issues revolving around Cyprus, the Eastern Mediterranean and the broader region, the EU and the international environment. Particular emphasis has been placed on Cyprus-related issues, Greco-Turkish relations, security and cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean and the broader Middle East, ethnic conflict, socio-economic issues and challenges, issues of governance, political economy and European integration.  Since its creation the Center has given particular attention to the Cyprus problem and its different dimensions.  The Center has undertaken research and also organized symposia, conferences, roundtable discussions and seminars revolving around these issues.

 

 

 

 

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PERSPECTIVES ON THE AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AND THE VICTORY OF DONALD TRUMP

 

 

The Center for European and International Affairs Center of the University of Nicosia in collaboration with the Department of European Studies and International Relations of the University of Nicosia and the CITADEL Military College of South Carolina invite organize an event entitled “PERSPECTIVES ON THE AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AND THE VICTORY OF DONALD TRUMP". The event will take place on Thursday, December 8th, 2016, at 17:00 to 19:00 at the UNESCO Auditorium of the University of Nicosia.

 

The Keynote speaker of the event will be Prof. Donald Fowler, Professor of International Relations and American Governance, CITADEL Military College of South Carolina and former head of the National Committee of the US Democratic Party. Donald Fowler will be introduced by Evie Zambetakis on behalf of the University of Nicosia. After that the President of the Center for European and International Affairs of the University of Nicosia Prof. Andreas Theophanous will present his perspectives. The event will be moderated by Dr. Michalis Kontos, Lecturer of International Relations at the Department of European Studies and International Relations of the University of Nicosia. A discussion will follow.

 

The event will be held in English. For more information and reservations please contact us at 22841600 and / or cceia@unic.ac.cy.

 

 

Click here to download the program of the event

 

 

 
Photos

 

Photos taken from the event that took place on the 6th of July 2016 "The day after Brexit: Perspectives on Britain, the EU and Cyprus" 

 

 
  
 
  
 

 

 
Article

 

 

Below you may find the link for Professor Theophanous’ recent article entitled "The Greek crisis and the clash of philosophies within the EU", published by the Europe’s World, on April 3, 2015.

 

http://europesworld.org/

 

 

 

Download the article in pdf format. Click here 

 
Policy Parer - 02/2015

 

Policy Paper 2/2015 (Μarch 2015)

 

THE CYPRUS PROBLEM IN 2015:

AN ASSESSMENT AND PROSPECTS FOR A SOLUTION (in Greek)

 

 

 

Andreas Theophanous

Elina Christodoulou

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Article

 

Professor Theophanous recent article entitled "TROIKA FIXES FAIL: HOW TO FIX THE TROIKA", published by the Friends of Europe

 

http://www.friendsofeurope.org/future-europe/troika-fixes-fail-fix-troika/



Download the article in pdf format. Click here

 

 
Financial Mirror

 

 

Revisiting relations between Russia and Cyprus in the new European environment

by Andreas Theophanous

 

Financial Mirror - Wednesday, 19/11/14

 

 


 

 
Europe's World

 

 

Web exclusive on Europe's World web site: Cyprus' accesion to the EU: 10 years on by Professor A. Theophanous.

 

Click here to access the article

 
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