A complete history of Karabakh region covering ancient and medieval times, Persian, Ottoman and Russian dominion, and the 20th century.
This article, which spans a vast historical period from the early 19th century when the Russians conquered the Transcaucasus to the advent
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
Territorial integrity of Azerbaijan at the Turkish-Russian talks of 1921 (the Moscow and Kars conferences)
[toc] ABSTRACT The author draws on the documents, published and unpublished, of the Moscow and Kars conferences to discuss Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity.
ABSTRACT The author presents the wide panorama of political intrigues around Nagorno-Karabakh which began in the early 1920s when the Bolsheviks occupied
With the arrival of Russia in Karabakh at the beginning of the 19th century, a new political situation arose. The policy of
This article, which offers new approaches to the already known facts and documents dating to 1920-1923 when Nagorno-Karabakh acquired its autonomy, can
News.Az interviews Azerbaijani historian Ismikhan Osmanli, an expert in the history of the South Caucasus. You often repeat that Armenia has been
Karabakh has been an integral part of Azerbaijan for the whole period of history, including the XIII-XIV centuries. As was correctly noted
As the Armenian side insists, “[o]n 30 November 1920, the Soviet Government of Azerbaijan adopted a Declaration on recognition of Nagorny Karabakh