Hostage to History: Cyprus From the Ottomans to Kissinger

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Preface to second edition by Chrisptopher Hitchesn. Hitchens examines the events of July and August 1974, when Cyprus and it speople were torn in two, subjected to a Greek-directed military coup and a full-scale Turkish occupation. The result was mass killing, deportation, expulsion, and the imposition of partition. A leading player in this drama was Henry Kissinger, and Hitchens shows how his Cyprus policy was a direct counterpart, abroad, of his role in the Watergate scandal at home.

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