Author Eugene T. Rossides will present his newest publication Kissinger & Cyprus: A Study in Lawlessness, this Thursday, at New York City's Cyprus House.
The seminar will be held between 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at 13 East 40th Street. The event is orchestrated by the Consulate of the Republic of Cyprus, the International Coordinating Committee Justice for Cyprus, AHEPA, the American Hellenic Institute, the Cyprus Federation of America and the Cyprus Children's Fund. Rossides will offer a book signing during the evening.
The Greek-American author's purpose in writing the book is to regain interest in the Cyprus problem, to reveal American foreign policy's strategic role in international disputes, and for the United States to rectify the Cypriot divide.
Eugene Rossides held the U.S. Treasury Assistant Secretary position between 1969 to 1973, during President Nixon's first term, while Henry Kissinger served as the National Security Advisor. Rossides presided over the U.S. Customs Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms, Secret Service and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
The Greek-American acted as the U.S. INTERPOL representative. Rossides is the Eisenhower Institute's founding director and worked in the Eisenhower administration from 1958 to 1961.