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Person responsible for Eurasian integration: Why and how does he hope to "destroy" Azerbaijan?

2018-10-08 19:38:07

Not everyone dares to tell the truth. It is useless to expect justice from everyone. For those involved in politics there is a certain political and diplomatic etiquette. But it is not about Konstantin Zatulin, first deputy chairman of the Russian State Duma Committee for CIS Issues, European Integration and Work with Fellow Countrymen. Zatulin is also responsible for Eurasian integration. And this person stated that Armenia can "destroy" Azerbaijan. Regardless of who says what in any CIS state, Zatulin`s position demands him to make objective, responsible and well-balanced statements. He must not make ridiculous and unfounded statements such as one CIS member state can "destroy" another. In addition, if this person is responsible for integration issues and relations with Russians living abroad, he must be extremely careful, sensitive and fair. In the light of the aforementioned theses, we would like to analyze some of Zatulin`s statements.

Turkey refuses to borrow loans from International Monetary Fund

2018-10-07 11:53:50

Turkey does not intend to borrow loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) anymore

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Against a background of Russian President`s Baku visit and Dushanbe Summit of CIS

2018-10-04 21:13:43

There is no need to prove how crucial it is to find a solution to the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The whole world realizes this. Unfortunately, the Armenian leaders find it very difficult to understand the significance of settling the dispute in a peaceful manner. Nikol Pashinyan`s government makes controversial statements on the conflict. Against this background, Vladimir Putin`s visit to Baku, which was immediately followed by the summit of the CIS heads of state in Dushanbe, is of particular importance from several points of view. Experts are studying possible connections between vital statements made by the Russian President in the Azerbaijani capital and Pashinyan`s aspiration to speak with Ilham Aliyev in Dushanbe. The Azerbaijani President agreed to talk with the Armenian prime minister, which made the Armenians very happy. They described the fact that President Ilham Aliyev and Pashinyan reached agreement on some issues as a step forward. We would like to look at the current situation in the light of Vladimir Putin`s Baku visit and the summit in Dushanbe.

US withdraws from optional protocol to Vienna Convention

2018-10-04 18:33:14

The United States on Wednesday exited an amendment to the Vienna Convention focused on dispute resolution, National Security Advisor John Bolton said.

Presidents of Russia and Turkey may meet by end of year – Yuriy Ushakov

2018-10-03 10:44:58

Presidents of Russia and Turkey Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan may meet by the end of the year, Russian presidential aide Yuriy Ushakov said.

Armenian PM Pashinyan says will resign

2018-10-02 10:01:29

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian announced late Tuesday he will resign after several mayors and ministers from Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Dashnaksutyun) and Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) are dismissed from their posts according to his orders.

South Caucasus: Two aspects of geopolitical reality

2018-10-01 17:35:28

The aggravating geopolitical battle among superpowers is in the media spotlight. Disagreements among the US, Russia and Iran are deepening, which mainly affects the Middle East problem. These countries have taken a tough position on the Syrian problem. The US and Iranian presidents exchanged taunts during the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly. This was followed by a terrorist attack at a military parade in the city of Ahvaz in Iran. Against a background of such dangerous processes, the developments in the South Caucasus accelerated. The presidents of Turkey and Russia visited Azerbaijan. Nikol Pashinyan met with Hassan Rouhani in New York. Georgia called on Russia to pull out its military from Abkhazia and South Ossetia. What are the main signs of geopolitical processes in the South Caucasus against a background of these developments? We`ll try to find an answer to this question.

"French-speaking" Armenia`s Francophonie adventures

2018-09-25 11:31:21

The International Organisation of La Francophonie (IOF), which includes 58 states representing five continents with a total population of 890 million people, is planning to hold its 17th summit in the Armenian capital of Yerevan on October 11-12. Although the French language and cultural values represent the two cornerstones on which IOF is based, promotion of peace, tranquility, human rights and freedoms globally also constitutes one of the main principles of the organization`s mission and activity.

Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire

2018-09-24 21:01:58

History is littered with real wars, like those in Afghanistan, Iraq and Vietnam, that were supposed to be won quickly and cheaply but turned out to be the most expensive and inconclusive of quagmires.

U.S. political analyst: Pashinyan's inflamatory rhetoric against Baku is belligerent and inflicts more chaos

2018-09-24 18:32:10

Pashinyan's inflamatory rhetoric against Baku is inappropriate, belligerent, inflicts more chaos and political turmoil inside and outside Armenia, the U.S. political analyst, Professor at the University of Marquette (Wisconsin) Peter Tase said to Report.

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