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Iakov Frizis

About Iakov Frizis

Iakov Frizis is an economist at the Centre for Social and Economic Research (CASE), specialising in macroeconomic analyses and evaluations. He is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris (Master of International Economic Policy). Previously to CASE, Iakov worked as an External Researcher for Junior Consulting Sciences Po, where the focus of his analysis was on the Greek economy, with a thematic specialisation on the financial sector and impact evaluation of taxation policy.

The Cyprus Dispute: Recognising the Changing Rules of the Conflict

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Despite high hopes, negotiations between Cypriots of Greek and Turkish ethnicity came to an abrupt halt, earlier this year, when the Parliament in Cyprus passed a law to commemorate the 1950 Enosis referendum on political integration with Greece. This represents only the most recent occurrence of an issue which, while not sufficient to wreck the talks, still drives delegates away from the negotiating table. Continue reading The Cyprus Dispute: Recognising the Changing Rules of the Conflict