The Cyprus problem is one of Europes most protracted conflicts in recent history. Thus far all proposed solutions have been of a top-down nature. This volume addresses the pros and cons of an innovative and bottom-up process - a constitutional convention - as a possible means for resolving the Cyprus' problem. Due to its interdisciplinary approach, this book is of relevance to researchers in the field of law and social sciences, and especially in the field of conflict resolution.
Andreas Auer/Vasiliki Triga (Eds.)