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RESOLUTION 822 (1993)

RESOLUTION 822 (1993) Adopted by the Security Council   at   its  3205th meeting, on   30  April 1993 The Security Council, Recalling the statements of the President of the Security Council of 29 January 1993 (S/25199) and of 6 April...

RESOLUTION 853 (1993)

RESOLUTION 853 (1993) Adopted by the Security Council at its 3259th meeting, on 29 July 1993 The Security Council, Reaffirming its resolution 822 (1993) of 30 April 1993, Having considered the report issued on 27 July 1993 by the Chairman of...

RESOLUTION 884 (1993)

RESOLUTION 884 (1993) Adopted by the Security Council at its 3313th meeting, on 12 November 1993 The Security Council, Reaffirming its resolutions 822 (1993) of 30 April 1993, 853 (1993) of 29 July 1993 and 874 (1993) of 14 October 1993, Reaffirming...

RESOLUTION 874 (1993)

RESOLUTION 874 (1993)   Adopted by the Security Council at its 3292nd meeting, on 14 October 1993   The Security Council, Reaffirming its resolutions 822 (1993) of 30 April 1993 and 853 (1993) of 29 July 1993, and recalling the statement...

Kosovo and Karabakh: Looking back at the Future

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled on 22 July that Kosovo’s declaration of secession from Serbia did not break international law. In fact, the International Court of Justice’s non-binding opinion was deliberately limited...

After Almaty: The Future of Karabakh Negotiations

Rarely in the past have expectations that a meeting between Azerbaijani and Armenian officials would produce a breakthrough been higher than before the ministerial bilateral at the sidelines of the OSCE meeting in Almaty.  All the signs seemed...

Why Peace Can Be As Difficult As War?

Current public policy debates in Armenia and Azerbaijan over a possible Nagorno-Karabakh war are more acceptable to those who want to return to their homes rather than live in a “no-war-no-peace” situation. The danger of another open war...

Newly-approved Military Doctrine Reaffirms Baku’s Right to Use Force to Liberate Occupied Territories

Six years after Baku began work on a military doctrine and three years after its National Security Doctrine required the elaboration of such a document but at a time when talks about the Karabakh conflict appear to have entered yet another lull,...

Another Turn of the Caucasus Kaleidoscope: Turkish-Russian Rapprochement and the Karabakh Conflict

When Armenia and Turkey signed the protocols calling for the restoration of diplomatic relations between the two longtime enemies and the opening of the border between them, many in Baku and the rest of the world assumed that this shift in the...

Armenian Diaspora: Influence on Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

In recent weeks, Armenian parliamentarians and political analysts have called on Armenian diaspora organizations to press for international recognition of the Armenian regime in Karabakh (Hayrumyan 2010).  Yerevan clearly places great hopes...