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Armenians' True Motives behind Falsification of Historical Truths

Armenians' True Motives behind Falsification of Historical Truths
06 June 2018

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.

The contaminated hydrosystem of the Caspian Sea

The contaminated hydrosystem of the Caspian Sea
17 May 2018

The Caspian also receives substantial discharges of pollutants from its many coastal communities and the extensive oil drilling and refining operations, especially in Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan. Oil pollution is likely to become a more serious problem as large investments are made to further develop the region's immense petroleum reserves, including the area off the coast of Kazakhstan. Rising water levels (discussed below) pose additional contamination threats as they inundate oil wells and toxic dumps that were located on previously dry land. The flooding also contaminates surface and ground waters to levels that exceed acceptable levels by manifold.

Can Sargsyan's ouster trigger new wave of violence in the South Caucasus?

Can Sargsyan's ouster trigger new wave of violence in the South Caucasus?
03 May 2018

On April 23, Armenian PM Serzh Sargsyan resigned after days of mass protests. He was a President for the last ten years and tried to continue to rule his country as a Prime Minister after the constitutional amendments. Some commentators rushed to express their satisfaction and evaluated the resignation of Sargsyan as a triumph of democracy. Yes, in fact, the broken promises, endemic corruption, and the widening gap between the country's haves and the have-nots played a significant role in bursting anger of masses against Sargsyan. At the same time, the view of the events only through the perspective of democracy and will of people ignoring complex dynamics of power-politics inside the political elite, the oligarchic groups and regional politics prior and during Sargsyan's resignation is very simplistic and half-finished approach.

Emmanuel Macron: The Trump Whisperer?

Emmanuel Macron: The Trump Whisperer?
20 April 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron said in a television interview on April 15 that he convinced US President Donald J. Trump not to withdraw troops from Syria. "Ten days ago, President Trump was saying 'the United States should withdraw from Syria.' We convinced him it was necessary to stay for the long term," Macron said in the TV interview. Macron said that he had also persuaded Trump "that we needed to limit the strikes to chemical weapons [sites], after things got a little carried away over tweets." He has since tried to walk back those comments.

Young People Advance Democracy In A Young Country

Young People Advance Democracy In A Young Country
16 April 2018

The headquarters of the country's railroad commission is an imposing building. Lots of people climbed the stairs into the lobby where a dozen voting booths were used by dozens of people every few minutes to cast their short paper ballots for president. Out of each private voting booth came men and women who walked their ballots to a large clear plastic box with a slot on top. The ballots were inserted into the box to be counted after polls closed.

Azerbaijan within the Context of the Silk Road

Azerbaijan within the Context of the Silk Road
12 April 2018

Azerbaijan is geographically located on East-West and North-South transportation corridors and its territories were used historically by Silk Road caravans. Therefore, revival of the Silk Road related initiatives would not leave Azerbaijan outside the plans and, on the contrary, would attempt to use the country's transit potential and natural resources as a driver on their way of development from Asia to Europe and back. It is obvious that Azerbaijan is also keen to transform these opportunities into benefits and share them with its neighbours.

Armenia Is An Isolated Backwater Dump Because It Hitched Its Wagon To Moscow

Armenia Is An Isolated Backwater Dump Because It Hitched Its Wagon To Moscow
09 April 2018

Recently, the precarious position of Armenia in its own region and on the global stage came to a fore when a prominent Armenian politician revealed the stark truth about Armenia's economic weakness, compared with the strength of adversary, Azerbaijan. The U.S., its policymakers and, in particular, Congress should take notice.

Calling presidential election at an earlier date is vital in terms of addressing important issues on government agenda

Calling presidential election at an earlier date is vital in terms of addressing important issues on government agenda
06 February 2018

Assistant to the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan on Foreign Policy issues Novruz Mamamadov commented on the President's order to call the presidential elections at an earlier date.

Armenia is Rethinking Relations with Russia

Armenia is Rethinking Relations with Russia
01 February 2018

The growing regional power of Azerbaijan, through its foreign investments and arms imports, combined with waning investments into Armenia from Russia, is causing policy makers in Yerevan to question Russia's future reliability as a provider of security and economic assistance.

South Caucasusꞌs hydro-security problems in human rights context

South Caucasusꞌs hydro-security problems in human rights context
11 January 2018

Located and transmitted through the occupied territories, water sources (lakes, reservoirs, rivers, canals, etc.) play an important role in the ecology of the surrounding areas along with those areas. The aggression of Armenia on the unified ecosystem in the occupied territories and indifference of international organizations to this process has caused great disaster in the region. Studies conducted over the last half century show that the Kura, Araz rivers and their main sludge are polluted outside our republic – in Georgia and Armenia. So 100 % of Armenia territory, 30 % of Georgia territory, Turkeyꞌs 31 thousand, Iranꞌs 40 thousand area, Azerbaijanꞌs 37 thousand km2 part belong to Kur-Aras rivers. So, industrial, agricultural and household waste of these states is thrown into the Kura River and this contamination contains Kurꞌs 188 thousand km2 and Arasꞌs 103 thousand km2.

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