Race for Gas by Cypriot Rivals Adds to Tensions
By JAMES KANTER
Published: August 30, 2012
SINIRUSTU, Cyprus — The island of Cyprus, split by one of Europe’s most intractable ethnic conflicts, is now the focus of another contest, over who will control the significant natural gas wealth found in nearby waters. The question is whether the gas discovery will become an incentive for the two sides to cooperate, or yet another obstacle to reunification of the island.
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