Cyprus and Its People: Nation, Identity, and Experience in an Unimaginable Community, 1955-1997

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and leaders of women's organizations." All these groups met in March "to share their perspectives on a future Cyprus" (3). At about the same time, following a proposal for reciprocal visits to religious sites, on April 19, 1997, 450 Turkish Cypriots prayed at the Hala Sultan Tekke mosque in Larnaca, the first such visit by Turkish Cypriots to the south since 1974. A concerted programme of such contacts has even been discussed as part of a policy of "nordpolitik" that echoes the philosophy pursued by Willy Brandt in the Federal Republic of Germany. To place contacts at a number of levels would weaken the grip of propaganda. Whether elites in both camps share common political and economic ideals that favor this approach--in ways that "ostpolitik" did in Germany--is a matter discussed briefly by Theophylactou ( 1995:146-153).
38.
See Volkan in this volume.
39.
Public opinion survey conducted by the Turkish survey organization ONAR, reported in the newspaper Kibris, 2 and 3 February 1995 (qtd. in Dodd 1992:49).
40.
Whatever the number of settlers in the north, it is fair to speculate that by adding to this number the number of Turkish troops stationed there, then the Turkish Cypriots are in a minority.
41.
For a diplomat's analysis of the pros and cons of such an approach alongside a framework and an intercommunal approach, see Stearns ( 1992:112-129).

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