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Nato and the Russian Bear: An Evolution of Defense Dynamics

In the evolving landscape of global defense alliances, President Trump’s isolationist stance towards NATO members who fail to meet spending obligations threatens the principle of collective defense. This uncertainty surrounding U.S. commitment could shift the dynamics of transatlantic security, challenging the longstanding alliance’s response to evolving threats and geopolitical shifts.

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Cyprus Businesses Tap into Social Media and High-Speed Internet

Cyprus businesses are embracing digital transformation, with a majority incorporating social media (79.9%) and highspeed internet (96.4%) into their operations. This shift towards digitalization is also evident in the rise of ecommerce (23.5%) and mobile applications (8.5%), indicating a strong focus on staying competitive in the global digital economy.

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Misinformation Sparks Outrage in Northern Administration

Misinformation recently sparked outrage in the northern administration when a manipulated video of Interior Minister Dursun Oguz discussing property sales was spread on social media, falsely suggesting he questioned the state’s existence. In response, the ministry is taking action by enacting legislation to prevent unregistered property transactions and combat misinformation, emphasizing the importance of transparency and accuracy in its operations.

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Navigating the Digital Shift: Social Media as Cyprus’s Top News Source

Social media has taken the lead as Cyprus’s top news source, with 70% of the population relying on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for their daily information. Traditional media outlets, such as TV, news websites, print media, and radio, are being surpassed by the digital shift, highlighting the need for adaptation in the evolving landscape of news dissemination.

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