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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.

Terrorists are in power in Armenia

Terrorists are in power in Armenia
13 April 2018

Armenian government is the state which executes terrorism in a state level. That's why necessary actions need to be taken against this aggressor government following the VII chapter of the UN Charter and decisions and resolutions of the UN for fighting against the international terrorism. R. Kocharyan's and now S. Sarkisyan's being president of Armenia who were involved in killing of thousands of people doesn't make the International Court concern. S. Sarkisyan administration continues massive terrorist acts against Azerbaijanis in Armenia at the state level which did R. Kocharyan – who worked in administrative positions for the fictitious organizations in the occupied lands of Azerbaijan, managed massive repel of more than 1 million Azerbaijani citizens from Khankendi and other settlements by force and murdering of thousands of people, provided Armenian robbers with needs.

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.

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.

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.

Struggle for Territorial Integrity of Georgia Armenian Bagramyan's Battalion versus the Azerbaijanis of Borchali

Struggle for Territorial Integrity of Georgia Armenian Bagramyan's Battalion versus the Azerbaijanis of Borchali
15 December 2017

Throughout the history of humankind the Caucasus has always been a tumultuous region. This primarily has to do with the region's geographic and strategic location as well as with the fact that it sits at the crossroads of different religions and civilizations. The very factors are significant for the identifying the geographic posture of the Caucasus in our millennium. That being said, the current situation's semblance of a powder keg is directly attributed to the mass resettlement of the Armenians in this region in the wake of Russia-Turkey and Russia-Iran wars. It is no coincidence that in the course of history in the last 200 years Armenians have undermined stability in the entire Caucasus and served the destructive purpose at the behest of the large powers in the capacity of a "fire iron". That destructive function has been evident in the independent republics of the South Caucasus – Azerbaijan and Georgia – and also all across the Caucasus in general.

The Diplomatic Elephant in the Room: Armenia's Russian Oligarch Consul General

The Diplomatic Elephant in the Room: Armenia's Russian Oligarch Consul General
06 December 2017

It is said that politics makes strange bedfellows. Perhaps diplomacy does as well, even more profoundly. At first glance, Sergei Sarkisov seems intriguing in both respects. He is Armenia's consul general in Los Angeles, a Russian citizen, and a notorious Russian oligarch – who owns numerous homes, including a $16 million mansion in Beverly Hills, and is fond of high-end auto racing.

Reviving an Ancient Route? The Role of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway

Reviving an Ancient Route? The Role of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway
04 December 2017

Though the initial idea about the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway project was raised in the early 1990s, it was not taken seriously due to regional instability and economic difficulties. However, with the realization of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil and the Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum gas pipelines in 2006, the idea of a railway connection became real once again. The BTK, covering 850 km with a capacity of 5 million tons of cargo (upgradable to 15 million) per year and one million passengers (upgradable to three million), and connecting Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, was launched in 2007 (Klimas and Humbatov, 2016:38; Uysal, 20 October 2014).It was launched without any international backing mainly because Armenia was left out due its occupation of nearly20 percent of Azerbaijani territory after a war in the early 1990s that ended in a cease-fire in May 1994.

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What on earth is Trump saying?
11 April 2018 The Washington Post

What on earth is Trump saying?

Trump prides himself on unpredictability, but, as the attack in Syria showed, there is a price to be paid for leaving allies and enemies alike guessing about your intentions.

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The West Is Wrong About China's President
03 April 2018 Project Syndicate

The West Is Wrong About China's President

China's recent constitutional amendment eliminating the term limits for the president and vice president has left much of the West aghast.

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