Publications by letter 'M'

Hatay, Mete (2016) “Makul” Kıbrıs Türkü’nün peşinde: 1950’ler ve Köycülük faaliyetleri [In search of the "Proper" Cypriot Turk: 1950's and "köycülük" activities], Poli Dergisi, 22 May.
Hatay, Mete (2016) Marazi Düşünceler ve "Statü" Kavgası [Melancolic Thoughts and Struggle for "Status"], Havadis Newspaper, 24 November.
Christophorou, Christophoros ; Sanem Sahin; & Synthia Pavlou (2010) Media Narratives, Politics and the Cyprus Problem, PRIO Report, 1. Nicosia: PRIO Cyprus Centre.
Hatay, Mete; & Rebecca Bryant (2008) Migrant Cities Research: Nicosia North, Living Together. British Council and the Institute For Public Policy Research.
Demetriou, Olga (2008) Migrant Cities Research: Nicosia South, Living Together. London: British Council and the Institute For Public Policy Research.
Demetriou, Olga (2019) Migration into the Cyprus Conflict and the Cypriot Citizenship Regime, PRIO Cyprus Centre Report, 2. Nicosia: PRIO Cyprus Centre.
Hatay, Mete (2016) Migrations Issues in North Cyprus, presented at 2016 PCC Annual Conference: Migration and Conflict in Europe and the Middle East, Home for Cooperation, Nicosia Cyprus, 14–15 October, 2016.
Iakovou, Natasa; & Nadia Kornioti (2019) Missing Persons in Cyprus: Observations from the past and recommendations for the future, PRIO Cyprus Centre Report, 7. Nicosia: PRIO Cyprus Centre.
Bryant, Rebecca & Yiannis Papadakis (2012) Modalities of Time, History, and Memory in Ethnonational Conflicts, in Bryant, Rebecca; & Yiannis Papadakis, eds, Cyprus and the Politics of Memory: History, Community, and Conflict. I.B. Tauris .
Dizdaroğlu, Cihan (2020) Moving Beyond Soliloquy: Youth Perceptions on Politics, Peace and Inter-Communal Contacts, FES Report. Nicosia: FES Cyprus.
Demetriou, Olga (2012) The Militarization of Opulence: Engendering a Conflict Heritage Site, International Feminist Journal of Politics 14(1): 56–77.
Tziarras, Zenonas (2019) Οι «Δυόμισι Πόλεμοι» και η Άσκηση «Mavi Vatan»: Στρατηγική Κουλτούρα και τo νέο Στάδιο της Τουρκικής Στρατηγικής [The ‘Two and a half wars’ theory and the Mavi Vatan naval exercise: Strategic Culture and the new phase of Turkish strategy], Working Paper, 103. Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP).