Author: Arastu Habibbeyli

Armenians' True Motives behind Falsification of Historical Truths

2018-06-06 11:43:30

It is publicly known that the scope and geography of Armenian falsifications has been extensive. Throughout the history, they ranged from politics to our daily lives, including historical and religious monuments, personalities, geographic names, cultural heritage, heraldry, numismatics, gastronomy and etc. In other words, myths based on lies cover all domains. In the meantime, it has not been just Azerbaijan and the Turkic world that experienced such falsifications and misappropriations. That had befallen any people that Armenians ever came across.

Struggle for Territorial Integrity of Georgia Armenian Bagramyan's Battalion versus the Azerbaijanis of Borchali

2017-12-15 11:33:40

Throughout the history of humankind the Caucasus has always been a tumultuous region. This primarily has to do with the region's geographic and strategic location as well as with the fact that it sits at the crossroads of different religions and civilizations. The very factors are significant for the identifying the geographic posture of the Caucasus in our millennium. That being said, the current situation's semblance of a powder keg is directly attributed to the mass resettlement of the Armenians in this region in the wake of Russia-Turkey and Russia-Iran wars. It is no coincidence that in the course of history in the last 200 years Armenians have undermined stability in the entire Caucasus and served the destructive purpose at the behest of the large powers in the capacity of a "fire iron". That destructive function has been evident in the independent republics of the South Caucasus – Azerbaijan and Georgia – and also all across the Caucasus in general.

The Notion of "Alien" in Emerging Multicultural Values

2017-07-03 14:30:29

The Globalization and transformations on the international scene as well as within the societies in individual countries, provoked by such processes, are most certainly among the major challenges of our times. Ultimately, the globalization is about universal values, multicultural environment, tolerance towards the differences and astronomic speed of the processes and developments. Therefore, those aspects cannot but be reflected in the new world order.

Khojaly genocide – clear manifestation of Turkophobia

2017-02-23 11:43:04

The 20th century witnessed the perpetration of crimes and emergence of universal threats and challenges. It is the past century when humanity was brought face to face with fascism, racism, xenophobia, apartheid, genocide, international terrorism and different phobias, particularly Islamophobia and Turkophobia, which have recently been growing. The last century went down in history as a century of two world wars, millions of deaths and the use of the atomic bomb. The 20th century witnessed one of the large-scale outbreaks of national, religious and racial discrimination in human history. Crimes against humanity encouraged the emergence of a world order dominated by the killing of millions of innocent people and national, religious and ethnic phobias. Unfortunately, all these events challenging humanity are associated with the Western world, Europe, which is considered an example to the rest of the world.

Resolution of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict in 2017: Peace or War?

2017-01-18 14:06:36

Resolution of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno Karabakh conflict remains the primary objective for Azerbaijan's foreign policy. This conflict has already defied regional boundaries and now poses a great threat for the political configuration across a wider geography. Meanwhile, the Armenian side aims to mislead the world by persisting that the conflict has religious roots and to that end it is engaged in a broad international propaganda.

What are Criteria for Performance Assessment of OSCE Offices in the South Caucasus Countries?

2016-10-04 13:56:24

It is a well-known fact that the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe was established as a Conference in 1975. The primary objectives included addressing of security and cooperation issues across the European continent. That is to say, Europe was the main theatre for operations. Several Asian nations joined at a later stage. Yet from the day of its inception, two non-European nations – U.S. and Canada – have been among the member states. If we scrutinize the operating principle of the organization, an utterly fascinating aspect becomes evident. The issues of democracy, human rights and election transparency that the very organization has identified among its priorities are applied to the Eurasian countries. It is not a coincidence that the OSCE remains the main election observer in all sorts of elections across that geography, while the OSCE observation missions are perfectly legally kept at comfortable distance away from the polling stations in the U.S. Moreover, you cannot come across an annual OSCE report regarding the problems of human rights and civil society in the countries across the Atlantic.

Latest Situation on the Front: Where do the International Organizations and Mediators Stand – Justice or Occupation?

2016-04-05 14:34:38

Events of recent days on the frontline have pinned the entire world's attention to the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno Karabakh conflict. The war now rages not just in the trenches but also across all platforms, including the international organizations. Resonance of the clashes provoked by the subversions of the Armenian armed forces in the occupied Azerbaijani territory vividly demonstrates the advocates and their agenda on the global stage. Grave concern expressed by the international organizations and their leaders with respect to this conflict moving into active phase revealed clear standpoints. Some unequivocally support Azerbaijan's just position, others try to remain neutral, while there are even those who attempt to justify the aggressor. While doing so, they forget the real cause that engendered this conflict and occupation of Azerbaijan's lands by the Armenians and instead focus on the humanitarian aspect.

Impact of Radicalization Trends on the World Order

2016-02-04 13:59:44

Throughout the history, the humankind has had a world order based on system of values of different power centers and their corresponding ideologies. The world order based on the differences occasionally produced polarization and profound contradictions depending on the coherence of different values. Looking into history, one comes across the East-West confrontation. Indeed, that has to do with the fact that classic history was written predominantly with reference to Western sources. If Chinese sources were to be used in narrating the history we have studied, we would witness a different kind of standoff. For example, from the Chinese angle, the ancient Sino-Turkish and Sino-Indian inter-civilizational relations played far more important role.

Sargsyan's visit to the Vatican – ''the fifth column'' in the context of Christianity

2015-04-13 12:31:28

Nowadays, the Armenians present themselves humbly in front of the world as the land populated by Christians in the East and its ultimate fortress, i.e. mythical first Christian state. These myths are promoted internationally specifically after Armenians' betrayal of their protectors, the Turks during the First World War. In this regard, the background of the visit of the President of the Republic of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan to the Vatican is yet another attempt to deceive the world community and the Christian world.

China in the New World Order

2015-03-13 10:51:16

The geopolitical processes of modern times demonstrate that unipolar world model can no longer endure. The world model of exceptional power of the West, and particularly of the United States, that emerged in the dawn of the last century, has proven to be unsustainable. It is fascinating that the West, with aspirations of dominance and hegemony, encountered crises and faced tough dilemmas, not only in political and economic fields, but also in cultural and religious domains, and even within the system of values. The main pillar of this unipolar world system was based solely on the Western values. This model, based on the theme "If you are not likeminded we cannot coexist" was doomed.

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