This paper deals with the transitional arrangements and complexities that preceded the establishment of the Republic of Cyprus. The involvement of the United Kingdom, Greece, Turkey, the two communities and in particular Archbishop Makarios in the developments that finally led to Cyprus' independence are traced in light of the aims they each pursued.
Cyprus, Archbishop Makarios, independence
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