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

Person responsible for Eurasian integration: Why and how does he hope to
08 October 2018

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.

The Global Trade System Could Break Down

The Global Trade System Could Break Down
17 September 2018

Because the World Trade Organization tends to operate beneath the surface of the global rules-based trading system, it is easy for people to forget the indispensable role that it plays. But now that the Trump administration is waging a quiet war on the institution, the international community must stop taking it for granted.

Idlib problem: Questions that gained topicality after Tehran summit

Idlib problem: Questions that gained topicality after Tehran summit
11 September 2018

The Turkish, Russian and Iranian presidents` discussing Idlib in Tehran has grabbed global media spotlight. The trilateral summit was followed by discussions at the United Nations, which resulted in seven member states making a joint statement, demanding a political and diplomatic solution to the problem. Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Sweden were among them. The statement affirmed support for Turkey`s efforts to push for a peaceful resolution. It also hailed Recep Tayyip Erdogan`s and Vladimir Putin`s call to find a political and diplomatic solution to Idlib problem. The Syrian opposition`s representative to the UN unequivocally stressed the necessity of supporting Ankara`s position. He said Turkey plays a key role in seeking peace in Syria. Against this background, there is a need to assess geopolitical importance of the Tehran summit and analyze the issues discussed there.

Arab NATO: A new threat after Arab Spring

Arab NATO: A new threat after Arab Spring
08 August 2018

The US media are reporting about Washington's plans to embark on a new project that is aimed at forming an anti-Iranian military bloc consisting of several Arab countries. The United States is reported to be planning to organize a summit of Arab states to discuss the issue. But which Muslim countries will be involved in the process is still a question. The media reports highlight a lot of unclear points in Arab countries` relationship both with each other and with Iran. Spreading such reports is quite dangerous. Certain political, ideological, diplomatic and military factors should be taken into account here and, most importantly, the possible influence of these factors on the sectarian divide. In this article, we would like to look at possible consequences of the creation of Arab NATO.

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.

America's Double Standard on Nagorno-Karabakh

America's Double Standard on Nagorno-Karabakh
17 March 2018

One of the most important promises of Donald Trump's presidential campaign was to end the damage that special interest groups and lobbyists inflict on the United States' national interests, and to pursue an ''America first'' policy in the best interests of the American people. It is quite well-known that there are groups that speak on behalf of non-U.S.-allied nations, and tend to promote policies that benefit their home nation with little regard for America's best interests. One clear example is the promotion of this week's visit by the so-called president of the separatist ''Nagorno-Karabakh Republic'' Bako Sahakyan to the United States, which was organized by the Armenian diaspora in the United States. This event has already had a negative effect, which is why Azerbaijan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has presented a note of protest to the United States.

Our Lands – Erivan Becoming "Yerevan"

Our Lands – Erivan Becoming "Yerevan"
27 February 2018

Actually I was not going to write about it. Mainly because on 8 February 2018 President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev delivered an extensive and substantive speech on country's domestic and foreign policy during the New Azerbaijan Party's 4th Convention. However, following the statements by the Armenian, Russian and French officials in response to President Aliyev's remarks I figured that writing an article was a must.

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.

The Factors Which Give Ground For The United Nations Security Council To Determine Armenia As An Aggressor State

The Factors Which Give Ground For The United Nations Security Council To Determine Armenia As An Aggressor State
25 December 2017

Armenia started the next military against Azerbaijan since 1988, occupied the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast (the territory of 4388 km2) and the surrounding districts – Akhdam, Fuzuli, Lachin, Kabajar, Jabrayil, Kubadli, Zangilan. As a result of "ethnic cleaning" policy of Armenia more than 250000 Azerbaijanis became refugees in only 1988-1992 from the present Armenian territory, as a result of occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh and 7 surrounding districts nearly 700000 Azerbaijanis became a force displaced refugee, more than 20000 people were killed, more than 50000 people were wounded or invalid, about 4866 people were taken captive or hostage during 1988-1993. 314 of them were women, 58 of them were children and 255 of them were old people.

Those Who Shun the Truth: Belgian Judge and New Chapter of Slander

Those Who Shun the Truth: Belgian Judge and New Chapter of Slander
27 September 2017

The campaign of slur, slander and fabrications against Azerbaijan is ongoing in some media outlets in Europe. Two Belgian newspapers have recently joined the race. In their publications they have attacked the judge of Belgium's Constitutional Court Jean-Paul Moerman for the veracity of his remarks on Azerbaijan. Illogical as it may seem, the European media is accusing Moerman of pro-Azerbaijan bias. Mr. Moerman's truthful remarks concerning the Khojaly genocide, Armenia's aggression and indifference of the international community were not met with objectivity. There is seemingly a euphoria in the West that whenever anything positive is said of Azerbaijan it must certainly be refuted. And that absolutely defies any legal or moral boundaries.

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