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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Baku welcomes dialogue between Karabakh's Azerbaijani, Armenian communities

Bahar Muradova: “Other international organizations also have to hold discussions on Nagorno Karabakh conflict”

“The discussions on Nagorno Karabakh conflict at the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly should be assessed positively”, vice speaker of the Azerbaijani parliament, head of the Azerbaijani delegation to the OSCE PA Bahar Muradova said in her interview...
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Ilham Aliyev: Azerbaijan’s Main Problem is Karabakh Conflict

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has said the main problem facing his country is the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The President spoke to the First summit of Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States in Almaty. “The conflict remains unresolved...
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Azerbaijani FM: Much will change as soon as troops start to be withdrawn from occupied Azerbaijani territories

From the first day, Russia very harmoniously worked in order to extinguish the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the beginning, tries to find common points of contact, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov said in an interview with Russian...
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OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs offer proposals to enhance confidence between sides of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs offered several proposals for measures to enhance confidence in different fields between sides of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict during their visit to the region on October 21-24, says a statement issued by the co-chairs...

The Implications of the 1993 U.N. Security Council Action for the Settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict (part 3)

Resolution 822: Resolving a dilemma between the undeniable and the unacceptable Resolution 822, which was the first in series of resolutions adopted by the U.N. Security Council related to the conflict, is significant on several levels. First,...
Interview with Gerard L. on Karabakh Conflict

Gerard Libaridian: İt is quite possible for Azerbaijan to initiate war against Armenia (p3)

Why do you think the Armenian-Turkish reconciliation failed? Have Yerevan and Ankara been sincere in their intentions, or was it a political game? If yes, what was its meaning? A. Reconciliation did not fail; it has not been tried yet on the...
Interview with Gerard L. on Karabakh Conflict

Gera​rd ​Lib​ari​dia​n i​t i​s q​uit​e p​oss​ibl​e f​or Aze​rba​ija​n t​o i​nit​iat​e w​ar aga​ins​t Arme​nia​ (p2)

Azerbaijan and Armenia show a hard line, and do not abandon their positions. In this sense, war seems like a logical extension. Do you think the great powers will allow the resumption of the war? First, using the term “great powers” suggests...
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Karabakh Carpets (part 2)

Buynuz Buynuz carpets are characteristic of Karabakh. They are made at various carpet workshops of the Upper (Mountainous) Karabakh. Veteran Karabakh carpet weavers still refer to the Buynuz carpet by its old name, i.e. Horadiz. In Central Asia...

THE KARABAKH CONFLICT Variants of settlement: Concepts and reality (part 2)

In the context of the problem of the correlation between the two principles Armenian experts note one circumstance, which they think to be very important and has to do with the problem of NK. The thing is that the leaders of Armenia, including...

The levels of the Karabakh conflict: from local to global scale (Part 4)

The last two years have been marked by expectations over the consequences of the “color” revolutions in Georgia in November 2003 and in the Ukraine in January 2005 and what changes may come in the geopolitical situation in the post-Soviet...