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U.S.-Azeri Relations in a Delicate Stage
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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.

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…

Settling Nagorno-Karabakh and Reviewing the Peripheral Talking Points
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Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Escalated: In Pursuit of Hidden Agenda
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Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Escalated: In Pursuit of Hidden Agenda
April 6, 2016

The sudden aggravation of the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh is fraught with serious consequences. The warring sides, as well as the OSCE (the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) Minsk Group, have to realize that the situation may get out of hand and entail irreversible consequences against the will of the belligerents…

Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Flares Up: Role of Turkey
April 5, 2016

The past few days have seen a string of serious incidents in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Heavy fighting involving artillery, tanks and aircraft broke out on the contact line between Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh early on Saturday, April 2…

Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Flares Up: Role of Turkey
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Ankara vs. Russia: Caucasus Turns into New Battlefront
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Ankara vs. Russia: Caucasus Turns into New Battlefront
December 8, 2015

The NATO allies have flatly refused to side with Turkey in its conflict with Russia. Now Ankara is urgently looking for new opportunities to boost its influence in the region and divert the Russia’s attention making it face other «fronts». Turkey has no time to lose as the relations with Moscow may deteriorate further. It makes Ankara hastily take steps to enhance its energy security, establish a coalition of Turkic states it has been fostering for a long time and complicate the situation in the Caucasus to make Moscow face more problems there…

Why Richard Morningstar Is Threatening Azerbaijan with a Maidan
May 30, 2014

Several days ago Richard Morningstar, the U.S. Ambassador in Baku, made a statement in an interview with the Azerbaijani office of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty of a sort which diplomats do not usually dare to make. The American suggested that one of the lessons Baku should learn from the events in Ukraine is that the Maidan could repeat itself in Azerbaijan… The American diplomat's statement regarding the possibility of an «Azerbaijani Maidan» should be considered together with the previous speech of James Warlick, the U.S. Co-Chair of the Minsk Group on the resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The speech took place May 7 at the Carnegie Endowment in Washington. The ideas expressed by Warlick – and he unambiguously suggested retuning the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to the situation at the end of the 1980s – was received very frostily in Yerevan…

Why Richard Morningstar Is Threatening Azerbaijan with a Maidan
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Non-aligned Movement as a Conflict-Resolution Mechanism
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Non-aligned Movement as a Conflict-Resolution Mechanism
May 18, 2012

The Foreign Ministerial meeting of Non-aligned Movement last week and its pronouncements particularly in the context of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has revived the old debate whether the body can actually play an effective role in international politics or pass into oblivion as an antediluvian body that emerged as an alternate to bloc politics during the cold war…

OSCE Summit in Astana: No result, but Sustaining the Process Already a Success
December 5, 2010

The initiative to reform the European security architecture – and consequently that of the OSCE – should be credited to Russian president Dmitry Medvedev who proposed back in 2008 a new European security treaty aimed at creating the continent's integrated and indivisible security space. In Astana, Medvedev's initiative upgraded to the Euro-Asian level was upheld by Kazakh president N. Nazarbayev who invoked an idea “to form a single security space bound by four oceans: from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from the Arctic to the Indian”…

OSCE Summit in Astana: No result, but Sustaining the Process Already a Success
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