Dealing with Conflict: Lessons from and for Cyprus - Panel discussion

in collaboration with the University of Birmingham

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Time: Monday, 18 June 2018 18:00-20:00
Place: Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus

​What drives conflict? How are societies impacted? How can conflict be managed or resolved? This panel brings together scholars from the School of Government and Society, University of Birmingham, working on issues of international security, self-determination and secession and areas such as Kosovo, Georgia, Cyprus and the wider Europe. The panel seeks to trigger a discussion on lessons that we can draw from across seemingly different cases and open up the dialogue for how reconciliation in Cyprus can be encouraged.


Nino Kemoklidze  Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, University of Birmingham

'Georgia, Russia and Conflicts in Abkhazia and South Ossetia'

Argyro Kartsonaki Research Fellow, University of Birmingham

'Assessing the EU's Approach of Constructive Ambiguity on Kosovo's Blended Conflict'

 George Kyris Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, University of Birmingham

'Lessons for the Cyprus problem'

 Chair:    Leonidas Pantelides Ambassador (ret.)

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