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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.

Rochebloine lobbying et mensonge au service de l'Arménie

Rochebloine lobbying et mensonge au service de l'Arménie
07 November 2017

Dans un contexte géopolitique sensible, où l'islam est en prises avec ses démons, et où beaucoup chercheraient à assimiler islam et islamisme trop rapidement, il est proprement scandaleux que des anciens élus de la République tentent de déstabiliser un pays comme l'Azerbaïdjan, certes musulman mais séculier, en le faisant passer, pour leurs propres intérêts et lobbying, pour un pays islamiste. Car Bakou est bien tout sauf cela. Il est alors facile de jeter l'opprobre sur le seul pays oriental qui s'inscrive à la fois dans la laïcité et où donc pouvoir et religion sont bien séparées, et également dans un pays où toutes les minorités religieuses sont non seulement acceptées mais défendues.

How Congress misreads the Caucasus

How Congress misreads the Caucasus
03 October 2017

In its zeal to make foreign policy, a power entrusted by the Constitution to the executive branch, Congress may be making a serious error regarding American interests in the Caucasus. Recently Congress threatened to impose sanctions on Azerbaijan for its human rights shortcomings and authorized a small expenditure for demining in Nagorno-Karabakh. These moves have, in turn, prompted several Azerbaijani officials to warn that they would then cut off ties to NATO if sanctions are imposed. While sanctions can serve useful purposes in U.S. foreign policy, e.g., Iran and Russia, they are not necessarily the answer to Azerbaijan's policies at home. And funding Armenia, even if rhetorically and with minimal amounts of money, only exacerbates the situation.

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.

President Aliyev at the UNGA: the best platform to draw world community's attention to the Armenian aggression and barbarism

President Aliyev at the UNGA: the best platform to draw world community's attention to the Armenian aggression and barbarism
22 September 2017

The 72nd Regular Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 72) was convened at UN Headquarters on Tuesday, 12 September 2017. The General Debate was open on Tuesday, 19 September 2017, with a focus on the theme, 'Focusing on People: Striving for Peace and a Decent Life for All on a Sustainable Planet'. The event will take place until to 25 September. As the annual General Debate of the United Nations General Assembly is the occasion for world leaders to gather at UN Headquarters to discuss global issues, several countries were represented at highest level.

Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli: from oil fields to the global strategy

Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli: from oil fields to the global strategy
14 September 2017

Today in Baku is organized the signing ceremony of a new contract on development of the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) block of oil and gas fields in the Azerbaijani sector of the Caspian Sea. Indeed, discovered in the early 1970s when Azerbaijan was part of the Soviet Union, ACG is the largest oilfield in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian basin. Lying beneath 120 metres of water about 120 km east of Baku, it comprises a series of individual "reservoir horizons" located 2,000-3,500 metres beneath the Caspian seabed.

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Conflit au Karabagh, où l'urgence de rendre à Bakou ce qui appartient à Bakou
13 October 2017 Mediapart

Conflit au Karabagh, où l'urgence de rendre à Bakou ce qui appartient à Bakou

Je reviens du Karabagh. S'il y avait bien un lieu au monde où je n'aurais jamais pensé aller, c'est bien dans ce Caucase incertain et méconnu.

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An 'unfrozen' conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh
26 August 2016 The Washington Times

An 'unfrozen' conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh

Without clarity by the West, another war in the Caucasus is inevitable

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