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Andreas C. Chrysafis

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Author of: WHO SHALL GOVERN CYPRUS – Brussels or Nicosia? -Political analysis ANDARTES - a revolutionary riveting novel PORPHYRA in PURPLE - a metaphysical spellbinding novel All books are available from: Bookshops, Barnes & Noble, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Waterstone’s, Kindle and the Internet. Other published articles can be found on Google under “Vanishing Cyprus” or under “Andreas C Chrysafis”.

Cypriots Being Cooked Like Frogs

As long as Cyprus country is ruled by a corrupt politicocracy and governed by morally impoverished politicians nothing good will come out of it;...

The EU’s Re-Colonization of Cyprus Under Way

Peeling an onion often brings tears to one’s eyes but not as much as peeling the layers of bitter truth about the hidden agenda...

How Cyprus Got Fleeced By The EU

In civilized societies the respect of law and regard of ethnic diversity are deeply entrenched into the cultures. Under such conditions a country not...

Cypriots Cede The Right to Rebel

Habitually, people will go to extremes to protect their national identity and country from repression, whether threatened from forces within or from the outside....

The Economic Assassins Who Killed Cyprus

Cypriots by all accounts are a resilient people and yet, one wonders why this small island has never enjoyed peace. Disraeli, the first Jewish...

Cyprus’ Election Empowers The Politocracy

  For some, the elections in Cyprus have ended in absolute euphoria. For others, it was a dismal disappointment. For better or worse, the people...

Troika Bailout Will Cost Cyprus Its Gas

Economic and social chaos has hit Cyprus big time. Owing to the mishandling of the economy, corruption and incompetence, the entire nation is now...

Banking’s Big Lie Breaks Cyprus

If banks loaned money at their own risk, there would be far less reprehensible moneymaking in the world. Unfortunately, that is not the case....

Independent Lillikas is Cyprus’ Only Hope Now

Ever since the Turkish military invasion of 1974, which divided the island in two, the people of Cyprus have been unlucky, especially with their...

There’s Something Rotten in Nicosia

It is often questioned whether the average citizen has sufficient information to make meaningful evaluations on current issues in a culture submerged in dogmatic...

Turkey’s Delusions of Grandeur

The Cyprus talks are all but dead. It is only a matter of time before the nail in the coffin is hammered into place...

Vanishing Cyprus: Tears for Democracy

Diogenes the Cynic (412-323 BCE) often walked out in broad daylight carrying a lit lamp claiming that he was looking for an Honest Man...

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