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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.

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.

First Summit of the OIC on Science and Technology: the strong messages from Azerbaijan

First Summit of the OIC on Science and Technology: the strong messages from Azerbaijan
12 September 2017

On 10-11 September 2017, in Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan, The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) hold its first science and technology summit at the level of head of state and government. Astana Summit witnessed a historic milestone as it evolved a unified collective position at the highest levels of decision-making in OIC Member States with a view to advancing the different fields of science, technology and innovation, while emphasizing the Muslim world's resolve to promote scientific and technical development. The Summit was important as it underscored the Member States' support for scientific fields by demonstrating the Muslim world's knowledge contributions away from the negative stereotypes that have become widespread recently.

60 years on: the EU`s new "roadmap" (Part 2)

60 years on: the EU`s new "roadmap" (Part 2)
28 July 2017

The problems faced by the European Union in the past few years encouraged the emergence of several scenarios for the bloc`s future. Experts give different forecasts, with many of them being pessimistic. Leaders of the 27 states who gathered in Rome to celebrate the European Union`s 60th anniversary signed the Rome Declaration. The document features a number of interesting points relating to the future of the organization. A deeper look at the declaration reveals that the EU is, in fact, on the verge of new transformations. But the main point here is that there is considerable uncertainty about the essence of these changes. The reason is that the European Union is now facing serious problems.

60 years on: the EU`s new "roadmap" (Part 1)

60 years on: the EU`s new "roadmap" (Part 1)
27 July 2017

The problems faced by the European Union in the past few years encouraged the emergence of several scenarios for the bloc`s future. Experts give different forecasts, with many of them being pessimistic. Leaders of the 27 states who gathered in Rome to celebrate the European Union`s 60th anniversary signed the Rome Declaration. The document features a number of interesting points relating to the future of the organization. A deeper look at the declaration reveals that the EU is, in fact, on the verge of new transformations. But the main point here is that there is considerable uncertainty about the essence of these changes. The reason is that the European Union is now facing serious problems.

Georgia and Azerbaijan: From Partnership to Interdependence

Georgia and Azerbaijan: From Partnership to Interdependence
05 July 2017

The fates of Georgia and Azerbaijan have been closely linked for most of their histories, and now this is true more than ever. The past twenty-five years have demonstrated that without their close strategic partnership, neither country would be able to sustain its independence or achieve greater economic prosperity.

The Notion of "Alien" in Emerging Multicultural Values

The Notion of "Alien" in Emerging Multicultural Values
03 July 2017

The Globalization and transformations on the international scene as well as within the societies in individual countries, provoked by such processes, are most certainly among the major challenges of our times. Ultimately, the globalization is about universal values, multicultural environment, tolerance towards the differences and astronomic speed of the processes and developments. Therefore, those aspects cannot but be reflected in the new world order.

The Republic of Azerbaijan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia share distinctive fraternal relations based on mutual respect and brotherhood

The Republic of Azerbaijan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia share distinctive fraternal relations based on mutual respect and brotherhood
23 June 2017

There are mutual Islamic inheritor and full cooperation and coordination between two countries to serve the interests of two governments, which means a source of pride for all of us. And all of these thanks to the full attention and care of His Excellency President Ilham Aliyev and the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud.

The cooperation between Russia and Azerbaijan covers wide range of political, people-to-people relations, economic and commercial issues

The cooperation between Russia and Azerbaijan covers wide range of political, people-to-people relations, economic and commercial issues
01 June 2017

25 years of diplomatic relations between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Azerbaijan as independent states is quiet a short historical period, but still it is marked by rich and fruitful experience.

New Legislature in the U.S. Congress: Testimony to Double-Dealing Attitude

New Legislature in the U.S. Congress: Testimony to Double-Dealing Attitude
18 May 2017

According to media reports, the U.S. Congress has passed the budget bill for 2017. The document contains reference to Ukraine and Georgia and reiterates the America's support of their territorial integrity. To that end, certain objectives have been set before the appropriate government agencies and funds have been earmarked. Any country that aims to undermine Georgia and Ukraine's territorial integrity would be deprived of the U.S. assistance. Everything is totally understandable and there is nothing extraordinary about it. Yet, the very document contains no reference to Azerbaijan's sovereignty or support of its territorial integrity. There is an abstract regarding the allocation of $100 million to defend the post-Soviet countries from "Russian aggression". However, the document fails to mention specifically the occupation force – the aggressor Armenia. What is the reason? If Russia is classified as an "aggressor", then what category its closest ally Armenia that for 20 years has occupied 20 percent of Azerbaijan's territory falls in?

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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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