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Cyprus and the European union: the significance of its smallness, both as an applicant and a member

Nugent, Neill (2006) Cyprus and the European union: the significance of its smallness, both as an applicant and a member. Journal of european integration, 28 (1). pp. 51-71. ISSN 0703-6337

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Abstract

Cyprus's smallness influenced its decision to seek EU membership and is now shaping its behaviour as a member state. Although Cyprus's size limits what it can seek to achieve in the EU, strategies allow it partly to overcome these limitations. In important respects Cyprus is a 'special' small EU state because of the way in which 'the Cyprus Problem' dominates much of its political focus and because it is the member state most geographically distanced from Brussels.

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