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Syria: the crisis deepens

Syria: the crisis deepens
29 August 2012

Syria is enveloped in flames. Heavy fighting is stepping up as both sides escalate violence. Politicians are arming their supporters with weapons instead of ideas. Different groupings in the country are trying to ensure their victory by means of force.

Unsuccessful visit – Sargsyan`s Moscow fiasco

Unsuccessful visit – Sargsyan`s Moscow fiasco
27 August 2012

The Armenian president`s another visit to Moscow promises nothing good neither to the Armenian government nor to the South Caucasus. Yerevan is continuing its mysterious policy.

The Veto Crisis in the UN Security Council and Probable Scenarios

The Veto Crisis in the UN Security Council and Probable Scenarios
15 August 2012

The outline of US-Russia and China diplomatic struggle in the framework of the UN SC will emerge more clearly in the coming days. This time, the perseverance of the Assad regime and Russia and China’s final policies on the crisis will play a critical role.

NATO and the Problem of the Occupation of Azerbaijani Territory

NATO and the Problem of the Occupation of Azerbaijani Territory
24 July 2012

Armenia has been occupying 20 percent of Azerbaijani territory for over 20 years. The double standard that the West and NATO are employing shows that injustice in the international arena and shortcomings and problems in international law still prevail.

A New World Order: Uzbekistan’s Decision and CSTO’s Future

A New World Order: Uzbekistan’s Decision and CSTO’s Future
13 July 2012

Uzbekistan’s suspension of its membership in the CSTO has the power to simultaneously harm Russia’s military security interests in Central Asia and announce to the US and NATO members that the coast is clear. Clearly, Uzbekistan will not hurry to build security partnerships with the West.

Western Diplomatic Action in the Caucasus

Western Diplomatic Action in the Caucasus
03 July 2012

In recent years, great geopolitical powers are increasingly more interested in the Caucasus. They are all taking steps to ensure their interests in the area. Diplomatic vitality in the South Caucasus specifically draws much astonishment. These processes guarantee that Caucasian geopolitics enters a new path.

Novruz Mammadov: “Armenia must honor decisions and resolutions of international organizations, as well as Madrid principles”

Novruz Mammadov: “Armenia must honor decisions and resolutions of international organizations, as well as Madrid principles”
17 June 2012

Armeniadoes not honor requirements reflected in resolutions and other documents on the conflict adopted by international organizations. It is disrespect for the international law, and an obstacle to settlement of the conflict. Any statement of the Armenian leadership is aimed at deceiving the world community.

Novruz Mammadov: "European Parliament resolution could jeopardize EU-Azerbaijan cooperation"

Novruz Mammadov:
01 May 2012

Official Baku has commented on the resolution of European Parliament, which criticized the situation in democracy and human rights in Azerbaijan.

Final declaration of session of the Collective Security Treaty Organization and Nagorno-Karabakh problem

Final declaration of session of the Collective Security Treaty Organization and Nagorno-Karabakh problem
30 April 2012

Heads of member states discussed at a session to mark the 20th anniversary of CSTO international and regional security issues, problems threatening security of member states, opportunities for future cooperation and results of the last ten years.

Turkey’s European Union membership or benefiting losers

Turkey’s European Union membership or benefiting losers
16 April 2012

This year April 14 marks 25 years of Turkey’s official application for the European Union membership

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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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