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Karabakh: looking into the past in search of the truth

This article, which spans a vast historical period from the early 19th century when the Russians conquered the Transcaucasus to the advent of Soviet power in the region, deals with the ethnic, demographic, and national processes unfolding across...

Soviet Russia and the formation of borders between the Caucasian states (based on a case study of Azerbaijan and Armenia)

This article looks at issues associated with the establishment of the Azerbaijan-Armenia border in 1920-1922. Based on extensive facts, it tries to shed light on the reasons for the territorial disputes between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Introduction The...

Territorial integrity of Azerbaijan at the Turkish-Russian talks of 1921 (the Moscow and Kars conferences)

ABSTRACT The author draws on the documents, published and unpublished, of the Moscow and Kars conferences to discuss Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity. By Way of Introduction1 On 5 May, 1920, at its first meeting, the government formed...

HOW THE CAUCASIAN BUREAU OF THE C.C. R.C.P. (B.) DISCUSSED THE KARABAKH ISSUE IN 1920-1923

ABSTRACT The author presents the wide panorama of political intrigues around Nagorno-Karabakh which began in the early 1920s when the Bolsheviks occupied the Transcaucasus and slowed down when an autonomous republic was established in the...
Azerbaijan's army and Armenia's armed forces

Azerbaijan’s army and Armenia’s armed forces

Adil Baguirov, Ph.D. Managing Director and co-founder, US Azeris Network (USAN) On 7 December 2011, the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, better known as the US Helsinki Commission of the US Congress, held a briefing entitled...
geopolitics on karabakh

Armenia: An Ethnocratic Regime

Armenia: An Ethnocratic Regime (extraction from article: Who Gains from the “No War No Peace” Situation? A Critical Analysis of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict) Ethnicity and ethnic loyalty are at the centre of politics in Armenia. As Suny...
The conflict is rooted in expansionism and a policy of aggression aimed at expanding the territory of Armenia by force at the expense of the territory of another sovereign state.

War of Aggression of the Republic of Armenia against the Republic of Azerbaijan

The present-day stage of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict began at the end of 1987 with the attacks on the Azerbaijanis in Khankandi (during the Soviet period – Stepanakert) and Armenia resulted in a flood of Azerbaijani refugees and internally...

On Autonomy For Nagorno-Karabakh: Lessons Of History

This article, which offers new approaches to the already known facts and documents dating to 1920-1923 when Nagorno-Karabakh acquired its autonomy, can be described as a successful attempt at restoring an objective picture of the past events....

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...