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Internet child grooming – worrying data on Cyprus

We have a tendency to block out information that makes us feel uncomfortable and helpless. We tend to consider that despicable events do not happen in our countries and cities, in our neighbourhood, in our street. It is so much easier to consider horrific events as only possible to occur in far away places. I … Continue reading

Cyprus gas: To pipeline or not to pipeline – that is the question?

On the 17th of May we had a very interesting seminar on the hydrocarbon discoveries in the East Mediterranean, this time from the Cypriot perspective. This was the second such event at St.Antony’s this term on the issue[1]. The main presenter was Dr Charles Ellinas, the Chairman of the Cyprus National Hydrocarbon Company, the discussant … Continue reading

Seminar “Cyprus and the energy developments in the Eastern Mediterranean” at St.Antony’s on the 17/5 at 17:00

SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES AT OXFORD European Studies Centre ▪ St Antony’s College UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD SEMINAR Cyprus and the energy developments in the Eastern Mediterranean Charles Ellinas, Chairman, Cyprus National Hydrocarbons Company Anastasios Giamouridis (Discussant), Senior Consultant, Pöyry Management Consulting (UK) Ltd Androulla Kaminara (Chair), EU Visiting Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford Friday 17 May, 17:00 Seminar … Continue reading

Turkey and the EU Energy Policy – lecture at St. Antony’s College Oxford University On the 23rd of April, the Deputy Minister of Energy of Turkey, H.Murat Mercan gave a presentation on “Turkey and the European Union Energy Policy” to an audience that not only included energy specialistσ but also political scientistσ that are interested … Continue reading

Turkey and the EU Energy Policy – seminar at St.Antony’s

Turkey and the EU Energy Policy On the 23rd of April, the Deputy Minister of Energy of Turkey, H.Murat Mercan gave a seminar at St.Antony’s College, on “Turkey and the European Union Energy Policy” to an audience that not only included energy specialist but also political scientist that are interested in developments in the Eastern … Continue reading

A simple solution to the complex problem of managing the hydrocarbons wealth in Cyprus?

Yesterday I met Prof Rick Van Der Ploeg[1], Research Director of the Oxford Centre for the Analysis of Resource Rich Economies of the University of Oxford. The objective of the meeting was to get more information on two very interesting papers that he has published: «Natural Resources: Curse or blessing?”[2] and «War and natural resource … Continue reading

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