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Political Instability, War, And Tourism In Cyprus: Effects, Management, And Prospects For Recovery

Dimitri Ioannides, Yiorgos Apostolopoulos

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This article examines the divergent fortunes of the tourist industry on the divided island of Cyprus and discusses the prospects for crisis management and recovery. The Greek-Cypriot state has witnessed an economic miracle because of rapid tourism development. Conversely, tourism in the northern Turkish-Cypriot part has struggled due to international boycotts. The prospects of a burgeoning Cypriot tourist industry can be seen only in the context of a demilitarized single island-nation with a restructured and diversified product. A competitive single Cypriot tourism product could bring the two communities closer and serve as a catalyst for unfolding Cyprus’s sustainable development potential.