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Pashinyan wins the elections in Armenia: What now?

Mahammad Mammadov

2021-06-21 14:56

Pashinyan wins the elections in Armenia: What now?

Armenia’s Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan won the reelection in a landslide on June 20. After the preliminary results...

The 12 June Armenian-Azerbaijani deal: larger implications

Murad Muradov

2021-06-13 14:55

The 12 June Armenian-Azerbaijani deal: larger implications

Armenia has finally agreed to hand over minefield maps, albeit just for one district, planted in Karabakh during its...

The International Crisis Group`s latest report on Karabakh

Shujaat Ahmadzada

2021-06-11 11:08

The International Crisis Group`s latest report on Karabakh

The Brussels-based International Crisis Group has recently released a report analyzing the new realities and situation on the ground...

The future of Karabakh after the 2020 war: The Russia - Turkey relations and Karabakh

2021-06-03 14:46

The future of Karabakh after the 2020 war: The Russia - Turkey relations and Karabakh

The second edition of the "Future of Karabakh" discussions was organized by Topchubashov Center (Azerbaijan), Center for Political and Economic Strategic Studies (Armenia)...

The future of Karabakh after the 2020 war: Destiny of Karabakh in 2021-2025 and beyond

2021-05-11 13:32

The future of Karabakh after the 2020 war: Destiny of Karabakh in 2021-2025 and beyond

The first edition of the "Future of Karabakh" discussions was organized by Topchubashov Center (Azerbaijan), Center for Political and Economic Strategic Studies (Armenia) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (Germany). Armenian...

Markar Melkonian`s latest article on Armenia

Murad Muradov

2021-05-25 13:59

Markar Melkonian`s latest article on Armenia

Markar Melkonian, the brother of the late Monte Melkonian, an international terrorist who was killed fighting in Karabakh in...

Garagol incident and domestic dynamics in Armenia

Ayaz Rzayev

2021-05-15 17:23

Garagol incident and domestic dynamics in Armenia

On May 12, press and social media controlled by former President Serzh Sargsyan's son-in-law Mikayel Minasyan and former President...

Prejudicial statement and the direction of U.S. - Turkey relations

Javidan Ahmadkhanli

2021-04-25 23:18

Prejudicial statement and the direction of U.S. - Turkey relations

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Illusion of the OSCE or the South Caucasus in a new geopolitical matrix

Volodymyr Kopchak

2021-04-14 10:18

Illusion of the OSCE or the South Caucasus in a new geopolitical matrix

I am not inclined to discuss the context of regional security in the dichotomy of the “OSCE versus 3...

A half-coup, dull Iskanders and the Kremlin's dilemma

Volodymyr Kopchak

2021-03-04 15:47

A half-coup, dull Iskanders and the Kremlin's dilemma

The Armenian political crisis is a vivid example of the intra-Kremlin confrontation between various oligarch-power groups, and this happens...

The abyss of confrontation between Armenia and Turkey: Is there a way out of deadlock?

Volodymyr Kopchak

2021-02-18 16:44

The abyss of confrontation between Armenia and Turkey: Is there a way out of deadlock?

It is difficult to get away from platitudes and not repeat once again that the normalization of relations with...

Game of drones in the South Caucasus: How did the “winter” come?

Arzu Abbasova

2021-01-10 17:13

Game of drones in the South Caucasus: How did the “winter” come?

The Second Karabakh War came to an end on November 10, with the signing of a peace deal by...

Why Karabakh is not South Ossetia or Donbass

Murad Muradov

2020-12-01 22:40

Why Karabakh is not South Ossetia or Donbass

Photo: Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh. November 2020. Jack Losh The vague and unclear terms of the 10 November ceasefire...

Russian peacekeepers in Azerbaijan

Murad Muradov

2020-11-12 12:43

Russian peacekeepers in Azerbaijan

So, the Second Karabakh war has ended with the 10 November agreement between the leaders of Azerbaijan, Russia and...

Urban terrorism: Why Armenia targets cities

Anar Valiyev

2020-10-23 13:27

Urban terrorism: Why Armenia targets cities

Since the escalation of Karabakh conflict on September 27, 2020, Azerbaijan`s cities Terter, Barda, Agjabadi, Beylagan, Ganja and others...

Support from the far right is far from right… for Armenia

Rusif Huseynov

2020-10-21 15:09

Support from the far right is far from right… for Armenia

Photo: AfD members on visit to Khankendi, October 18, 2020. Armenian Public Television A delegation of German members of...

The ills of remedial secession

Ayaz Rzayev

2020-10-17 13:36

The ills of remedial secession

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s insistence that the international community should recognize “the right of people of Artsakh to...

Structural reasons of the failure of Nagorno-Karabakh peace process

Murad Muradov

2020-10-12 09:06

Structural reasons of the failure of Nagorno-Karabakh peace process

Photo: Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Nagorno-Karabakh in August 2019. Press Office of the Government of the Republic...

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict reflects the Russian power demise

Murad Muradov

2020-10-13 13:17

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict reflects the Russian power demise

The reaction of Russian experts and decision makers to the escalation of the Karabakh conflict attests to the fact...

Ganja attacks: a sign of despair?

Murad Muradov

2020-10-04 22:46

Ganja attacks: a sign of despair?

On 4 October in the morning, the Armenian side conducted several strikes, most probably with Russian-produced Smerch missiles, against...

From blitzkrieg to attrition.. to guerilla warfare?

Polad Muradli

2020-10-03 17:26

From blitzkrieg to attrition.. to guerilla warfare?

The Nagorno-Karabakh theatre of conflict seems to have been experiencing a number of stages of evolution in terms of...

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Armenia and the ethnic card

Rusif Huseynov

2020-10-02 10:27

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Armenia and the ethnic card

Amid the fierce battles in and around Nagorno-Karabakh, which the Azerbaijani troops are currently trying to de-occupy from the...

Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict: where does Israel stand?

Rusif Huseynov

2020-08-01 15:01

Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict: where does Israel stand?

The South Caucasus witnessed another military escalation in mid-July. Following an Armenian provocation against Azerbaijan on July 12, the...

Why Armenia’s vision of itself represents a chronic threat to the regional peace

Murad Muradov

2020-08-03 16:52

Why Armenia’s vision of itself represents a chronic threat to the regional peace

Photo: The Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia (ASALA) memorial in Yerablur military cemetery, Yerevan, Armenia. Wikimedia...

The Armenia(n)-Azerbaijan(i) conflict goes global

Rusif Huseynov

2020-07-28 18:00

The Armenia(n)-Azerbaijan(i) conflict goes global

Photo: Azerbaijani demonstrators beaten by the angry Armenian mob. Los Angeles, 22 July 2020 The July skirmishes between Armenia and Azerbaijan,...

Armenian-Azerbaijani border skirmishes: Who is the culprit?

Rusif Huseynov

2020-07-15 18:14

Armenian-Azerbaijani border skirmishes: Who is the culprit?

Photo: A house in Dondar Gushchu, Tovuz after artillery shelling by Armenia. July 14, 2020. Heydar Mirza On 12 July...

Parts of a Circle: History of the Karabakh Conflict (film review)

Rusif Huseynov

2020-06-01 15:40

Parts of a Circle: History of the Karabakh Conflict (film review)

"Parts of a Circle: History of the Karabakh Conflict", the documentary jointly prepared by Conciliation Resources and a group of...

Shusha provocation: a fatal blow to the peace process?

Rusif Huseynov

2020-05-22 16:15

Shusha provocation: a fatal blow to the peace process?

Photo: Yukhari Govhar Agha Mosque with half-destroyed minarets in the occupied Shusha, Azerbaijan. 17 June 2014. Marcin Konsek /...

A Balancing Act or a Game Changer? The SU-30SM and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Turan Gafarli

2020-05-06 16:40

A Balancing Act or a Game Changer? The SU-30SM and the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

This discussion paper examines the fragile stalemate in Nagorno-Karabakh by outlining the historical geopolitics of the conflict. Furthermore, it touches upon...