Cypriot hopes for unification are on life support, but not doomed

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@misc{21aeffd33c3c4b36991ba6114db496a0,
title = "Cypriot hopes for unification are on life support, but not doomed",
abstract = "With elections on both sides of the border this year, the future of the island is up in the air. But there{\textquoteright}s still hope for a different Cyprus, one free of the symbolic and physical violence expressed in the language of “motherlands”. A Cyprus whose citizens, treated as adults, will not need barricades and buffer zones to feel safe; one where crossing streets, forming friendships and falling in love will not require permits from military authorities or approval by communal leaders.",
keywords = "Cyprus, Conflict, Division, elections",
author = "Spyros Sofos",
year = "2018",
month = jan,
language = "English",
journal = "The Conversation",
issn = "2201-5639",

}