The Cyprus problem is a Russian problem as well.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov begins his two-day trip to Greece on November 1st. During his visit, he plans to discuss important issues of bilateral relations, contradictions between Moscow and Brussels, as well as solutions to the most pressing international problems, with the country’s leadership.
There are two fundamental aspects of the Greek bail-out program which are usually overlooked, as most people consider it to be just a harsh neoliberal economic program.
The travails of Cyprus (82% Greek, 18% Turkish population) appear to be never-ending.
Despite the persistent effort of the Greek Media to present the report issued by the Independent Evaluation Office on July 8th, which examines the contribution of the IMF on the “rescue” plan of three countries (Greece, Ireland, and Portugal) as a