Costas M. Constantinou

Cyprus Centre

Costas M. Constantinou left PRIO in 2009. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.


Recent publications

All publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Burgess, J. Peter; & Costas M. Constantinou (2013) New Middle East, new insecurities and the limits of liberation geography, Security Dialogue 44(5): 365–373.
Hatay, Mete;Demetriou, Olga; & Constantinou, Costas M. (2012) Conflicts and Uses of Cultural Heritage in Cyprus, Journal of Balkan and Near East Studies 14(2): 177–198.
Hatay, Mete; & Constantinou, Costas M. (2010) Cyprus, Ethnic Conflict and Conflicted Heritage, Ethnic and Racial Studies33(9): 1600–1619.
Constantinou, Costas M. (2008) On the Cypriot States of Exception, International Political Sociology 2(2): 145–164.
Constantinou, Costas M. (2007) Aporias of Identity: Bicommunalism, Hybridity and the 'Cyprus Problem', Cooperation and Conflict42(3): 247–270.
Constantinou, Costas M. (2006) On Homo-Diplomacy, Space and Culture9(4): 351–364.
Constantinou, Costas M. (2006) The Beautiful Nation: Reflections on the Aesthetics of Hellenism, Alternatives: Global, Local, Political31(1): 53–75.
Constantinou, Costas M.; & Richmond, Oliver P. (2005) The Long Mile of Empire: Power, Legitimation and the U.K. Bases in Cyprus, Mediterranean Politics10(1): 65–84.

Edited Volume

Constantinou, Costas M.; & James Der Derian, eds, (2010) Sustainable Diplomacies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Studies in Diplomacy and International Relations.
Constantinou, Costas M.; Oliver P. Richmond; & Alison Watson, eds, (2008) Cultures and Politics of Global Communication. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Review of International Studies.

PRIO Policy Brief

Constantinou, Costas M. (2009) The Protection and Revival of Cypriot Maronite Arabic, PRIO Cyprus Centre Policy Brief, 1. Nicosia: PRIO Cyprus Centre.

PRIO Paper

Bielenberg, Brian & Costas M. Constantinou (2010) Empowerment through Language Revival: Current Efforts and Recommendations for Cypriotic Maronite Arabic, PRIO Cyprus Centre Paper. Nicosia: PRIO Cyprus Centre.