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US betrayal of Turkey – unallied behavior

US betrayal of Turkey – unallied behavior
29 April 2021

Now those who put pressure on Turkey using false Armenian claims are the ones who were defeated in the war with the Ottoman state. These forces then wanted to dismantle the Ottoman Empire and destroy it as a state. Thus, they wanted to wipe off Turkey the political map of the world. From those battles, the Republic of Turkey was established, which was stronger, and more independent. Despite the loss of land, a democratic state was established in the territory of the Ottomans. This made the friends of Turkey happy, they considered him their friend, and their enemies are still digging a pit for the Republic.

Baku's 'smart' Karabakh plan paints a bright future

Baku's 'smart' Karabakh plan paints a bright future
10 April 2021

After the peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan in November 2020, the latter immediately set to work on the decontamination, reconstruction, rehabilitation and reintegration of liberated Karabakh, which had suffered enormous destruction over the course of the Armenian occupation over the last 30 years.

Khojaly Genocide: Why There Is No Alternative To Peace And Reconciliation Between Armenia And Azerbaijan

Khojaly Genocide: Why There Is No Alternative To Peace And Reconciliation Between Armenia And Azerbaijan
26 February 2021

Countless humanitarian tragedies have occurred between Armenians and Azerbaijanis in the course of the two Karabakh wars since the fall of the Soviet Union. Thousands of people on both sides fell victim to a dispute provoked by Armenia's claim to the internationally recognized territories of Azerbaijan. The massacre of more than six hundred Azerbaijani civilians in Khojaly, a town with a population of seven thousand people, in bitterly cold morning of February 26, 1992, is the most tragic page of this conflict between the two nations.

Armenia-Azerbaijan Propaganda War and American Media Bias

Armenia-Azerbaijan Propaganda War and American Media Bias
04 January 2021

The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which underwent tectonic changes after the Second Karabakh War had always had underlying bias perception in Western media, partly caused by religious perception and partly by ideological divide. Strong Armenian diaspora and lobby organizations, present in Western society helped to proliferate certain narrative about the history and the current trend in the conflict. Despite the fact that for almost thirty years internationally recognized territory of Azerbaijan was under Armenian occupation, Western media frequently portrayed the conflict as freedom movement of a Christian nation against Muslim Azerbaijan. Such misrepresentation was predetermined by a strong Orientalist bias, which in recent years reinforced by rising Islamophobia and Turkophobia in American and European media.

The environmental cost of conflict

The environmental cost of conflict
28 November 2020

The Nagorno-Karabakh region's ecosystem, wildlife, and natural resources have been badly damaged by the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

The True Source of Troubles Behind the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

The True Source of Troubles Behind the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
21 November 2020

Recognizing of Nagorno-Karabakh as an independent state would be unreasonable and in clear breach of international law.

The news you possibly missed: TAP pipeline up and running

The news you possibly missed: TAP pipeline up and running
20 November 2020

The Caspian region with its rich hydrocarbon resources has always attracted and continues to attract international attention. Azerbaijan initiated the Southern Gas Corridor (SGC) to export natural gas from the Caspian Sea to the European gas markets.

Pashinyan's stones thrown at Ter-Petrosyan's words

Pashinyan's stones thrown at Ter-Petrosyan's words
03 November 2020

Pashinyan turned out to be not only a weak journalist and an ordinary politician, devoid of an analytical mindset. The head of the Armenian government, to whom fate once smiled at the crossroads of the clash of two modern civilisations, neglects not so much political experience as the deep mind of one of the major politicians of modern Armenia. We are talking about the alternative leader of Armenia, to whom all political forces of the country, without exception, turned to in the moments of danger hanging over the country. Of course, we are talking about the hermit of Matenadaran - Levon Ter-Petrosyan. But more on that later.

Europe's Glutted Gas Market Braces for More Flows From Caspian

Europe's Glutted Gas Market Braces for More Flows From Caspian
15 October 2020

Europe's glutted natural gas markets are about to get a fresh source of supply after BP Plc and its partners finished a major new pipeline from Azerbaijan into southern Europe.

Another war on the horizon in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict?

Another war on the horizon in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict?
23 September 2020

Armenia is "preparing for a new war. They are concentrating their forces near the line of contact… We follow their actions. Of course, we will defend ourselves", said Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev in an interview with local television channels on 19 September. A day after this statement, tensions rose markedly on the state border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. As a result of this escalation, according to the report shared by the Defense Ministry of Azerbaijan in the morning of 21 September, an Azerbaijani soldier was killed by the armed forces of Armenia in the Tovuz direction on the Armenia-Azerbaijan state border. A day before this incidence, the Azerbaijani army downed an Armenian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), the country's Defense Ministry announced.

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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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