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European Union Enlargement: Pushing the Frontiers of Cooperation

Jul 22, 2004
In May 2004, the European Union accepted 10 new countries, raising the total from 15 to 25 member states, with a combined population of 454 million people. The addition of eight East/Central European nations is a milestone in the EU's plan to integrate Western Europe with the formerly communist world, a plan that was in the making since 1989 when communism fell and an unprecedented opportunity arose to broaden the boundaries of democracy.

The 30th Anniversary of the Cyprus Invasion and Future Efforts to Reunify the Island

Jul 18, 2004
Television interview with John Sitilides, CNN International

Consensus on Turkey's Entry to EU Divided

Jun 15, 2004
Article, The Washington Times

Mayor: Olympics Preparations on Track

Jun 07, 2004
Article, Associated Press

US Decides on Military Bases End of May

May 10, 2004
Interview with John Sitilides, Trud(Bulgarian text)

Things Fall Apart

May 03, 2004
Article, The Weekely Standard

Can Something Come of Nothing?

Apr 28, 2004
Book Review, The New York Sun

Turkish Cypriot Politicians Want Island Kept Out of European Union

Apr 28, 2004
International Herald Tribune (Middle East/N.Africa edition), Daily Star (Lebanon)

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