Karnow, Stanley
September 1974
New Republic;9/28/74, Vol. 171 Issue 13, p19
Focuses on the apprehensions for the invasion of Cyprus by Turkey. Incidents of mass slaughter, rape and pillage; Views that ethnic harmony in Cyprus has been shattered due to the struggle against British colonial rule waged mainly by the Greek Cypriots; Tensions in the pluralistic society brought to the fore when the British, recruited Turks as policemen and administrative officials; Revenge of the Greeks by excluding the Turks from economic development projects and generally treating them as second-class citizens; Outbreak of clashes; State of political confusion; Turks are using refugees and captives as bargaining counters; Turkish Cypriots in the south are in a predicament similar to the Greeks in the north; Emphasis on the need for international diplomacy to solve the problems in small states. -.


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