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First stage of velvet revolution: Armenia came to a dead end

First stage of velvet revolution: Armenia came to a dead end
23 January 2019

The recent parliament elections in Armenia havecaused widespread pessimism among experts about the political future of the country. They believe that Armenia is facing very serious problems. Even its diaspora organizations and patron states have provided little support in recent years. Pro-Armenian forces seem to demand that Armenia be independent as a state and develop using its internal potential. But in reality official Yerevan is not capable of doing it. There are a number of internal and external reasons behind this. In fact, there hasn`t been any state building process in Armenia. This country exists due to external donations. This has led to a deep crisis in Armenia. In addition, one of the most painful blows to the country is its isolation from regional projects. And the main reason behind this is that Armenia still continues to occupy Azerbaijan`s lands. Even if Armenia puts forward an ideal development plan, it will not be able to achieve progress unless it withdraws from Azerbaijan`s occupied territories. This article will try to throw light on this issue.

A separatist visiting France, a mediator behaving contrary to international law

A separatist visiting France, a mediator behaving contrary to international law
06 December 2018

Those who protect and support the aggressor Armenia are trying to step up their efforts. It has recently been evidenced by the visit of Bako Saakhyan, a terrorist with the blood of innocent people on his hands, to France. The French President speaks of cooperation with Azerbaijan on the one hand, but attends a Francophonie summit in Yerevan on the other. But he does not come to Baku. In Yerevan, Emmanuel Macron called Armenians "our fellow countrymen". Then he claimed that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should be solved fairly through peaceful means. But this charade was over when the Armenian terrorist visited France. That visit demonstrated that one of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chair countries is helping those who committed crimes in Nagorno-Karabakh. It raises questions: Does Nikol Pashinyan receive "NKR representatives should also participate in the negotiations" instructions from abroad? Aren`t certain forces interested in protracting the conflict resolution? In this article we will try to find answers to these questions.

"Critical Infrastructure" and its protection: the world experience and the need for implementation in Azerbaijan

"Critical Infrastructure" and its protection: the world experience and the need for implementation in Azerbaijan
20 November 2018

The creation of the infrastructure system, which is the vital for country, was one of the strategic goals of national establishment in the years of independence.During evaluating processes related to incident in one of the substations of Azerbaijan Heat Power Plant LLC at the beginning of July, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in his speeches emphasized the importance of reforms to regulate the system of national infrastructure and improve its quality, taking into account international experience. From this point of view, there is a big gap in the coverage and research of the problem of the "critical infrastructure", its essence.

Rapid development: Azerbaijani realities in Doing Business

Rapid development: Azerbaijani realities in Doing Business
09 November 2018

The World Bank has released its Doing Business 2019 report, which compares business regulation in more than 150 countries. It also features the ease of doing business ranking. The report concluded that Azerbaijan made serious progress in the ease of doing business, and recognized the country as one of the 10 improvers globally. Against a background of ongoing global geopolitical situation and crisis even in developed countries, it once again emphasizes vital realities relating to Azerbaijan. One of the important aspects of the issue relates to the geopolitical and economic dynamics, which will be highlighted in this article.

Two historic meetings in Istanbul: new chapter in regional cooperation

Two historic meetings in Istanbul: new chapter in regional cooperation
07 November 2018

Experts point out serious impact of global processes on the regional scale. In this context, geo-political assessment of what is happening in the South Caucasus has gained topicality. The US`s and Russia`s becoming more and more active on the one hand, and re-imposition of anti-Iranian sanctions on the other, raises new questions. Anti-Iranian sanctions will probably have impact on regional countries. Experts already point to first signs of changes in the financial sector. Against this background, the holding of Turkey-Azerbaijan-Iran and Turkey-Azerbaijan-Georgia meetings at historic Dolmabahce Palace is of great importance. Experts consider the Istanbul meetings to be a new chapter in regional cooperation. This article will look at this issue from several perspectives.

Independence Day of Israel's ally in the South Caucasus region

Independence Day of Israel's ally in the South Caucasus region
18 October 2018

The Republic of Azerbaijan celebrated its independence yesterday, October 18, regaining it after the USSR fell. Exactly 27 years ago, after the adoption of the Constitutional Act, Azerbaijan gained its long-awaited independence, having surmounted many challenges. History inevitably proves that preserving independence is much more difficult than gaining it. Azerbaijan twice had the opportunity to become a sovereign state during the 20th century.

John Bolton goes to Azerbaijan

John Bolton goes to Azerbaijan
15 October 2018

When U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton tweeted that he will be visiting Azerbaijan on October 20 it could not have come sooner. This secular Muslim country of 9 million is one of America's most reliable yet underappreciated allies on the world stage. Mr. Bolton should use his visit to this geopolitically significant country sandwiched between a dangerous Russia and adventurous Iran to reiterate Washington's unwavering, strong and unabashed support for America's ally of over 26 years.

South Caucasus: Two aspects of geopolitical reality

South Caucasus: Two aspects of geopolitical reality
01 October 2018

The aggravating geopolitical battle among superpowers is in the media spotlight. Disagreements among the US, Russia and Iran are deepening, which mainly affects the Middle East problem. These countries have taken a tough position on the Syrian problem. The US and Iranian presidents exchanged taunts during the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly. This was followed by a terrorist attack at a military parade in the city of Ahvaz in Iran. Against a background of such dangerous processes, the developments in the South Caucasus accelerated. The presidents of Turkey and Russia visited Azerbaijan. Nikol Pashinyan met with Hassan Rouhani in New York. Georgia called on Russia to pull out its military from Abkhazia and South Ossetia. What are the main signs of geopolitical processes in the South Caucasus against a background of these developments? We`ll try to find an answer to this question.

How Pashinyan is playing "human rights card"

How Pashinyan is playing "human rights card"
27 September 2018

As earlier reported, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatovic paid a visit to Armenia where she met with the country`s officials. Although the Armenian media made several announcements of the visit before the arrival of Ms Mijatovic, they confined themselves to issuing a brief official statement on the results of the trip. Of course, questions remain about Ms Mijatovic`s impressions of Armenia, her political sincerity as well as geopolitical interests and legal criteria based on which she approached human rights problems in the country. Answers will naturally be featured in her future report on the results of her visit.

"French-speaking" Armenia`s Francophonie adventures

25 September 2018

The International Organisation of La Francophonie (IOF), which includes 58 states representing five continents with a total population of 890 million people, is planning to hold its 17th summit in the Armenian capital of Yerevan on October 11-12. Although the French language and cultural values represent the two cornerstones on which IOF is based, promotion of peace, tranquility, human rights and freedoms globally also constitutes one of the main principles of the organization`s mission and activity.

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Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire
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Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire

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Russian military 'drills' point to imminent final clash in Syria
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