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Vienna talks: restoration of territorial integrity as prerequisite

Vienna talks: restoration of territorial integrity as prerequisite
30 March 2019

The meeting between Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Vienna on March 29 sparked interest of experts and media. The sides hadn`t held discussions on the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict for quite a while because of a change of government in Armenia in the wake of certain political developments. The process has now been revitalized. The OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs also attended the talks. Following the negotiations, the conflict parties and the co-chairs made positive remarks. In a statement, the co-chairs openly welcomed a positive point. The Armenian prime minister also described the talks as fruitful in general. However, the Azerbaijani President gave the most accurate and comprehensive description of the issue. This article will give a geopolitical insight into the Vienna meeting.

NATO-Russia relations: two "geopolitical dead ends" in the South Caucasus

NATO-Russia relations: two "geopolitical dead ends" in the South Caucasus
29 March 2019

Experts highlight recent intensification by the United States and Russia of their policies in relation to the South Caucasus. In particular, they stress the significance of NATO`s holding military drills in Georgia. In this context, experts try to make forecasts on the geopolitical situation in Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia. They point to the emerging "geopolitical dead end" in the South Caucasus caused by Armenia`s and Georgia`s foreign policy and geopolitical choice. NATO`s military drills in Georgia are evaluated in this context. A comparison of different parameters shows that there is now quite a tense geopolitical situation in the region. The South Caucasian countries` foreign policies are particularly topical in this regard. This article will look at the essence of the geopolitical situation in the region.

Annual report of the Cabinet of Ministers: Contributions of systematic and continuous activity

Annual report of the Cabinet of Ministers: Contributions of systematic and continuous activity
19 March 2019

Prime Minister Novruz Mammadov submitted the report on the Cabinet of Ministers` activities in 2018 to the parliament. The report was greeted with interest by members of the Milli Majlis. The prime minister gave a systematic analysis of the government`s activities last year. The report highlighted the government`s commitment to the country`s strategic development policy. The government did its utmost to fulfill all the tasks set by the President. The analysis of the prime minister`s report shows that the government made great strides in all areas in 2018. This article will feature a thorough analysis of these accomplishments.

Azerbaijan-UN: development characteristics of 27 year-long cooperation

Azerbaijan-UN: development characteristics of 27 year-long cooperation
07 March 2019

Azerbaijan celebrates the 27th anniversary of its membership of the United Nations. Experts are unanimously confident that relations between the country and the organization have been developing at a rapid pace since March 2, 1992. Azerbaijan has developed its relationship with the world`s leading organization in all areas since becoming its member. But the country experienced certain problems in these relations in the early years of independence. The then leadership`s political incompetence and provocative actions of certain forces prevented the country from building a sound and fruitful cooperation with the UN. National leader Heydar Aliyev`s return to power marked a turning point in Azerbaijan`s relationship with the organization. It became systematic and fully met Azerbaijan`s independent statehood interests. This article will provide an analysis of the geopolitical aspect of Azerbaijan-UN relationship in this context.

Armenia-Iran relations: Pashinyan`s new reverence

Armenia-Iran relations: Pashinyan`s new reverence
05 March 2019

Armenian Prime Minister N.Pashinyan was given a solemn welcome in Tehran. Red carpets were rolled out, and the Iranian president and Supreme Leader treated ''the hero of the Armenian velvet revolution'' with special warmth. They even gave some promises to N.Pashinyan. After their one-on-one meeting, H.Rouhani and N.Pashinyan announced that they reached agreement on a number of issues. N.Pashinyan singled out the possibility of creating a free trade zone between Armenia and Iran, describing Armenia`s chairmanship of the Eurasian Economic Union as a good opportunity in this respect. H.Rouhani underlined the importance of building cooperation in a range of areas. The two mainly discussed the implementation of gas projects. These developments happened amid tense and complex geopolitical situation in the region. What is the real geopolitical meaning of this visit, which at first sight looks like an attempt to challenge the United States and Russia? In this article we will give an answer to this question.

Armenia in new geopolitical turbulence: empty promises and "real contributions" of verbosity

Armenia in new geopolitical turbulence: empty promises and
22 February 2019

Political analysts describe the ongoing global geopolitical processes as intensive and complex. General opinion is that global tension is growing, which increases risks. The issue was recently discussed at the Munich Security Conference. Against this background, policiesof the South Caucasus countries cause much interest. Opinions of Armenian politicians and experts give a clear picture of official Yerevan`s position. The Armenian leaders still seem to have an inadequate understanding of global and regional processes. They remain adhered to their stance, which is far from reality. This increases regional risks on the one hand, while worsens Armenia`s situation on the other. This article will focus on the moves taken by the puppet state and its marionette rulers.

National interests in foreign policy: Azerbaijani President`s message to the world

National interests in foreign policy: Azerbaijani President`s message to the world
20 February 2019

Pursuing an independent policy is not an easy task nowadays. The world is now witnessing controversial geopolitical processes. Superpowers do not refrain from using force in order to ensure their interests. What is important under these circumstances is on which principles young independent states build their foreign policies. What is the cornerstone of Azerbaijan`s foreign policy? Is it possible to remain committed to this principle nowadays? In his interview with Real television channel, President Ilham Aliyev gave a detailed response to these questions.

Rejecting truth and justice: The Freedom House`s biased reports

Rejecting truth and justice: The Freedom House`s biased reports
14 February 2019

We have seen many biased and partial reports made by several Western organizations. Some of them address human rights. In particular, we possess enough evidence of "objectivity" of The Freedom House. But the 2019 "report" and freedom of the press "ranking" released by this organization, which serves the Armenian lobby`s interests, is quite ridiculous. The reason is that it even contradicts the opinions of the Western politicians. While Western states point out election rigging, corruption, human rights violations in Armenia, The Freedom House considers the country as "partly free". At the same time, the organization remains committed to its double-standard approach to Azerbaijan. What a hypocrisy, injustice, lie and falsification! Interestingly, in the geopolitical region that claims to be the cradle of democracy, some are stubborn as donkeys. They do not want to understand a simple thing: whoever digs a pit will fall into it. In addition, such a behavior damages these organizations` image among societies. On the contrary, societies regard them as the source of injustice. And who loses strategically? In this article, we will answer this question.

Geopolitical architecture of the South Caucasus: leader Azerbaijan and isolated Armenia

Geopolitical architecture of the South Caucasus: leader Azerbaijan and isolated Armenia
05 February 2019

There have recently been numerous media reports in Armenia criticizing the government of Nikol Pashinyan. Experts openly point out official Yerevan`s incompetent foreign policy and prime minister Pashinyan`s insincere attitude towards his own people. Media reports specifically raise concerns over the Armenian society`s unawareness of the state of negotiations on the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. People wonder why the government is concealing the details of the talks. And what is most ridiculous about this story is that Pashinyan, who grabbed power after spending the last decade in street politics, is now hiding the truth from the people. Obviously, Pashinyan and his team are unable to be sincere with the Armenian society. But why? In this article we`ll try to find an answer to this question.

Davos Forum: Azerbaijan`s active participation and meetings held

Davos Forum: Azerbaijan`s active participation and meetings held
29 January 2019

World Economic Forum, which gathers numerous delegates from many countries in Davos, has always enjoyed great interest. The 49th Forum was attended by more than 3,000 representatives from 110 countries.This year`s forum was held under the slogan "4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution". President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev participated in the event where he received a great deal of interest. Company executives, heads of state and government met with Ilham Aliyev to discuss the issues of mutual interest. There has been great interest in discussions held as part of the Forum. In this context, geopolitical analysis of President Ilham Aliyev`s meetings in Davos holds particular importance.

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