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VIDEO: Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus from Brink of Disaster
VIDEO: Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus from Brink of Disaster
November 14, 2020

Russia just ended a bloody war on its former territory by diplomacy.

Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus From Brink of Disaster
November 13, 2020

Russia’s standing as a peace broker in Syria and its trusted diplomatic power was no doubt key to averting the brink of disaster in the Caucasus.

Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus From Brink of Disaster
Editorial
VIDEO: NATO Member Turkey Must Back Off Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict
VIDEO: NATO Member Turkey Must Back Off Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict
October 6, 2020

The Nagorno-Karabakh region has been contested between Yerevan and Baku since the fall of the USSR but things remained mostly quiet after the end of the war for the region in 1994. Now Turkey has become a new world player.

Explosive Stakes on Armenia-Azerbaijan Chessboard
October 3, 2020

Few geopolitical hot spots across the planet may rival the Caucasus: that intractable, tribal Tower of Babel, throughout History a contentious crossroads of empires from the Levant and nomads from the Eurasian steppes. And it gets even messier when one adds the fog of war.

Explosive Stakes on Armenia-Azerbaijan Chessboard
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Azerbaijani-Armenian War: Turkish F-16S Enter the Game. Armenia Threatens to Use Iskander Missiles
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Azerbaijani-Armenian War: Turkish F-16S Enter the Game. Armenia Threatens to Use Iskander Missiles
September 30, 2020

As of September 29, the Azerbaijani advance in the Nagorno-Karabakh region struck the Armenian defense and Azerbaijani forces were not able to achieve any military breakthroughs. Armenian troops withdrew from several positions in the Talish area and east of Fuzuli.

U.S.-Azeri Relations in a Delicate Stage
March 28, 2020

The long cordial relations between the United States and Azerbaijan (since the dissolution of the Soviet Union at least) have lately taken some interesting twists and turns, Stephen Karganovich writes.

U.S.-Azeri Relations in a Delicate Stage
Security
Settling Nagorno-Karabakh and Reviewing the Peripheral Talking Points
World
Settling Nagorno-Karabakh and Reviewing the Peripheral Talking Points
April 15, 2016

In the April 11 Voice of America piece «What's Hiding Behind Russia's calls for Peace in Nagorno-Karabakh», Paul Goble claims that Russia is manipulating the Armenian-Azerbaijani dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh, in an effort to gain a greater allegiance from fossil fuel rich Azerbaijan. This view comes across as a dubious conspiracy theory…

Update on the Boston Marathon Bomb Case
April 1, 2016

Paul Craig Roberts Movies are used to set official stories in stone, and a movie is going to be made about the heroic capture of a badly wounded 19 year old kid, not old enough to buy a beer, who, […]

Update on the Boston Marathon Bomb Case
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