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Soros's new Armenian project – Strengthening hostility against Azerbaijan

Soros's new Armenian project – Strengthening hostility against Azerbaijan
06 May 2021

The broad activity of the Foundation in Armenia is known to everyone. Soros-funded lawmakers are working against Azerbaijan and Turkey. The possibility that the Open Society Institute is the sponsor of the recent change of government in Armenia is becoming more and more apparent. Under its auspices, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his team are already creating an authoritarian regime in the country in the name of democracy.

Peace, Problems and Perspectives in the Post-war South Caucasus

Peace, Problems and Perspectives in the Post-war South Caucasus
14 April 2021

The Second Karabakh War ended with the signing of the trilateral declaration between Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia on November 10, 2020. The declaration, which stopped the war and laid the foundation for solving other thorny issues between Armenia and Azerbaijan, including the liberation of the remaining territories under occupation (Aghdam, Kalbajar, Lachin) as well as the unblocking of all economic and transport communications in the region, may have heralded the dawning of a different period in the history of a long war-ravaged region of the South Caucasus.

Iskander Missile's Dilemma In Karabakh

Iskander Missile's Dilemma In Karabakh
09 April 2021

The Second Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan changed geo-political situation in the South Caucasus. It is very important to underline that after the Armenian defeat in the April 2016 War, when Azerbaijani army liberated the strategically important hill Lala-Tepe, Armenia's top military leaders strived to regain lost positions rather than accept new realities. As a result of series provocations, full-scale military operations were launched along the entire front in order to suppress the combat activity of the Armenian armed forces, as well as ensure the safety of the civilian population on 27 September 2020.

April Battles – Beginning of Great Victory

April Battles – Beginning of Great Victory
02 April 2021

Today marks the 5th anniversary of the beginning of the April battles. Why did the fighting start? Shortly before the incident, Armenian officials used traditional threatening rhetoric against Azerbaijan and Turkey. At a meeting with Armenian youth, then-President Serzh Sargsyan made accusations against Turkey and distorted the essence of the April 1915 events. In addition, he claimed that Karabakh belonged to the Armenians.

Zangazur corridor will stimulate regional cooperation

Zangazur corridor will stimulate regional cooperation
09 March 2021

The trilateral declaration signed between the Presidents of the Russian Federation and Azerbaijan and the Prime Minister of Armenia on 10 November of 2020 created substantial cooperation opportunities for all regional countries. The signing of the declaration ended "The Second Karabakh War," which began on 27 September, continued for 44 days and led to the restoration of the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan. Declaration envisions not only cessation of military operations but also restoration of all transport connections in the South Caucasus which had been restricted because of the occupational policy of Armenia for about three decades.

How Biden Can Create Permanent Armenian-Azerbaijan Peace in the South Caucasus

How Biden Can Create Permanent Armenian-Azerbaijan Peace in the South Caucasus
11 February 2021

The Armenia-Azerbaijan agreement provides an opportunity for the U.S. to develop a new regional policy focusing on conflict resolution and an inclusive platform for peacebuilding.

Azerbaijan to re-build the liberated Karabakh

Azerbaijan to re-build the liberated Karabakh
17 December 2020

"Everything is devastated – the infrastructure is destroyed, residential and administrative buildings are demolished", President Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan declared in his address to the nation on 1 December, referring to Azerbaijani territories in Karabakh recently liberated from the Armenian occupation.

Miss the boat – Armenia can only dream of new roads to world

Miss the boat – Armenia can only dream of new roads to world
18 November 2020

The Armenian side clearly understands that it's not opening borders with "sworn enemies," speaking about lifting the economic blockade. Therefore, when asked if the borders' opening also applies to Turkey, Pashinyan replied: "No. Since Turkey is not part of this agreement. We want to have not one road to Russia, but several possible routes. For example, if we can resolve our problems as a result of these negotiations, imagine what a turning point will be for Armenia if, ultimately, the railway becomes real for our country, a factor that will link us to the Persian Gulf and Russia."

What prevented Azerbaijan from attacking Khankendi?

What prevented Azerbaijan from attacking Khankendi?
10 November 2020

One of the most glorious, but also bloody wars in modern history has come to an end. Although the complete surrender of Armenia caused the expected riots in Yerevan. Parliament is in the hands of the ochlocracy that revolutionised love. Everything goes to the situation that a revolution of hatred can take place in Armenia. The victorious and liberating 40-day war dispelled the sentimental illusions of two years ago. The country not only did not find prosperity, but also lost the last conquest, for the sake of which it sacrificed the welfare of the state and the welfare of the nation - Armenia lost Karabakh.

Armenia: Caught In Its Own Trap?

Armenia: Caught In Its Own Trap?
23 October 2020

Armenians are renowned the world over as a resourceful and skillful people. For a small nation, they have produced a remarkable number of impressive and original minds, and Kardashians too.

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What peace could mean for the South Caucasus
23 February 2021

What peace could mean for the South Caucasus

The South Caucasus is a region historically known for its instability, largely because it has stood at the intersection of the zones of influence of first Byzantium and Iran, then the Ottoman Empire and Iran, and finally between Russia, Iran and Turkey.

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German portal highlights burning of houses by Armenians before Kalbajar handover
17 November 2020 Deutschlandfunk.de

German portal highlights burning of houses by Armenians before Kalbajar handover

The portal says the Armenians must pull out from the district according to the agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia, brokered by Russia.

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