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Building Peace And Stability In South Caucasus Should Be A Two-Way Street

Building Peace And Stability In South Caucasus Should Be A Two-Way Street
08 February 2021

The Second Karabakh War ended with the signing of a trilateral declaration by Russia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia on November 10, 2020, that effectively ended the protracted three-decade-long conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The declaration contained many important provisions that not only ensured the cessation of military hostilities, but also the de-occupation of the remaining Azerbaijani territories, including the cities of Kalbajar (by November 15, 2020) and Aghdam and Lachin (by December 1, 2020) without further fighting (Articles 2 and 6).

Cooperation and hope for the South Caucasus

Cooperation and hope for the South Caucasus
21 January 2021

The year 2020 was unprecedented for most nations around the world owing to the many challenges ushered in by the COVID-19-induced global pandemic. For Azerbaijanis and Armenians, last year is also remembered for the 44-day war that effectively ended the three-decades-long protracted conflict between their two nations over the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan.

What role for the EU in post-war Karabakh?

What role for the EU in post-war Karabakh?
22 December 2020

The five-week-long war in the South Caucasus between Armenia and Azerbaijan for control over Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding districts has ended in a Russia-brokered ceasefire. President Putin has managed to score yet another victory in the region, establishing a foothold, this time on the border with Iran.

Mercenaries in Karabakh: Who They Are and How They Got There

Mercenaries in Karabakh: Who They Are and How They Got There
02 December 2020

Many reports indicate that Armenia relied on the help of mercenary groups from various countries including the PKK terrorist organization members.

How did the Second Karabakh War change Armenia and Azerbaijan?

How did the Second Karabakh War change Armenia and Azerbaijan?
19 November 2020

Between 27 September and 10 November Armenia and Azerbaijan fought the second major war over the Nagorno-Karabakh region and surrounding districts of Azerbaijan which had been occupied by Armenia in the wake of the First Karabakh War in the early 1990s.

Towards permanent solution to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Towards permanent solution to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
13 November 2020

Deal envisions effective steps that will hopefully bring a complete end to the conflict

Evaluating the OSCE Minsk Group's Mediation of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

Evaluating the OSCE Minsk Group's Mediation of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict
29 October 2020

This working paper aims to analyze the mediation activity of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group through the prisms of theoretical approaches to international mediation. After providing a historical background to the mediation work of the Minsk Group Co-Chairs and highlighting the stages of the mediation, the article will further analyze the mediation work performed so far. Through the application and instrumentalization of the relevant concepts within the discipline of conflict resolution and international mediation, the work will conclude that, in terms of reaching a final solution, the mediation efforts of the OSCE Minsk Group should be characterized as, so far, being not successful.

Reasons for Azerbaijan gaining military superiority on the battlefield

Reasons for Azerbaijan gaining military superiority on the battlefield
08 October 2020

The success of our diplomacy can be noticed in the military operations that started on September 27. Turkish officials unequivocally voiced their support for Azerbaijan and welcomed military assistance to our country. Russia has promised that it will not interfere in the internal affairs of its neighbours, while Iran has said it supports Azerbaijan's territorial integrity. As for the forces outside the region, such as the United States and France, their influence on the processes in the region is insignificant. The military-political situation in the South Caucasus is in favour of our state, and at this point, we must make more opportunities to ensure the sovereignty of our country in the occupied territories.

Macron's France – biased co-chair state supports aggressor

Macron's France – biased co-chair state supports aggressor
02 October 2020

The counter-offensive operation to liberate the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan continues. Separatists' appetite in Karabakh and Armenia has increased due to the incomplete activity of those who mediated in the settlement of conflict for thirty years.

Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict Continues Despite Calls for Peace

Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict Continues Despite Calls for Peace
01 October 2020

In the evening of September 25, the U.S. Embassy in Azerbaijan and in Armenia published security alerts that included updated travel advisories as a result of the increasing tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The U.S. Embassy in Baku recommended that U.S. citizens should avoid travel outside of the Absheron Peninsula while the U.S. Embassy in Yerevan advised against travel to several regions in Armenia and explicitly warned against travel to Nagorno-Karabakh due to the increased risk of conflict.

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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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