Cyprus continues to draw the interest of political scientists and historians as a particularly engaging, if not always hope-inspiring, case of both intra-society and international conflict. Conversely, the other social sciences have not focussed on Cyprus with the same intensity, and indeed, have not figured as prominently in the discourse on Cypriot society. There are many indications that this situation might be changing presently, and a plurality of voices in the social sciences is making itself heard, both within Cyprus and in a wider international context, especially in the English-speaking world.
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