For over a quarter of a century, the Cyprus Review has been at the forefront of scholarship on Cypriot political, social and economic issues, encouraging research and reflection on social and political sciences pertinent to Cyprus. Founded in 1989, the Cyprus Review aims to serve as the forum where original research is presented and to shape discussion of the most important and topical issues through a rigorous scholarship selection and editing process. Meeting the highest international standards, the Cyprus Review aims to widely disseminate its content and engage in an international dialogue on Cyprological issues. We are interested in International Affairs, Politics, Social Sciences widely defined, History, Governance, Law, Education and other related fields pertinent to Cyprus.

It should be also pointed out that the Cyprus Review is a SCOPUS indexed journal.