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THE KARABAKH CONFLIC Variants of settlement: Concepts and reality

THE ANALYSIS OF POSSIBLE VARIANTS OF POLITICAL SOLUTION TO THE KARABAKH CONFLICT Since 1988, i.e. the beginning of the Karabakh events, the officially interested parties (states, international organizations) as well as individuals: statesmen,...

Methods (“technologies”) for the solution of the Karabakh conflict

METHODS (“TECHNOLOGIES”) FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE KARABAKH CONFLICT (chapter 3) Whatever the final settlement of the Karabakh conflict may be, the greatest significance will be in the actions each side takes in order to find that solution....

The possible schemes of principle for the solution of the problem (part 3)

It is not the only example of a settlement according to the principle “more autonomy, but not a state”. Many statesmen and experts proposed such options as an opportunity for both sides to resolve conflict with dignity, with minimal losses...

The possible schemes of principle for the solution of the problem (part 2)

The Aland Islands are very often cited as another example of a conflict of this kind where the ethnic conflict did not result in bloodshed but was resolved by way of finding a special status within the limits of self-determination. The Alands...
Nagorno Karabakh Autonomous Oblast

Moscow and the Delimitation of Karabakh in the 1920s(part3)

In reality, it was immediately after the Moscow Treaty of 1921that the government of Armenia made the first step toward annexation of Nagorno-Karabakh.  At the time, the government circles prepared a six-point document called “The Basic...

The Implications of the 1993 U.N. Security Council Action for the Settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict (Part 5)

Conclusion: The implications of the U.N. Security Council action for the settlement of the conflict The analysis of the terminology used in the four resolutions of the Security Council and the statements by its President viewed within the overall...

The Implications of the 1993 U.N. Security Council Action for the Settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict (Part 4)

The Security Council action in response to further escalation of the conflict Perhaps it would have been possible to prevent further escalation of the conflict, as well as the destruction of civilian settlements and the mass exodus of the population...

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

1991: Internal conflict becomes international The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has a complex nature with elements of ethnicity, identity, and historical narratives closely interconnected with the territorial claims. This article is...

Nagorno-Karabakh: basis and reality of Soviet-era legal and economic claims used to justify the Armenia-Azerbaijan war (part 5)

Conclusion The Karabakh region as a whole, and its mountainous part (NK), has been a historic part of Azerbaijan and populated by a majority Azerbaijani population for the past several centuries. The Armenian-speaking population became majority...

Nagorno-Karabakh: basis and reality of Soviet-era legal and economic claims used to justify the Armenia-Azerbaijan war (part 4)

The 1990 Soviet law on succession On the top of the already confusing legal aspects and history of NK region due to oft-repeated references to Stalin, mistranslations and distortions regarding the supposed transfer of NK region to Azerbaijan,...