The Nagorno Karabakh War


The Italian geopolitical analyst Italian, Domenico Letizia, has released his new e-book "The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between international law, the International Criminal Court and the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights of June 2015".

The analyst after graduating in history from the University Federico II of Naples, holds an Advanced Training Course at the Faculty of Political Science of the same university, on "Multiculturalism and Intercultural Interaction Policies". He spoked at many round tables on the large body of issues related to sustainable development in various countries, actively dealing with human rights and international standing in collaboration with many universities.

In his last  work, Letizia speaks about the region of Nagorno-Karabakh of Azerbaijan, now devastated by a new conflict. The war, which has been latent for many years, has now begun to reap victims. The analyst describes with academic language, but always understandable to the general public, the efforts of the international community to reach a resolution of the conflict which finds its origins from the last century.

In a literary expression, that doesn't  describe only the disasters of war, but also the possible social change, the analyst tells us carefully the viable solutions and the ways he has gone so far. To resolve the conflict you need to eliminate the main reason of the clash: 'occupation of Azerbaijani territory by Armenia, a fact recognized internationally.

Letizia reviews the four resolutions of the Council of the United Nations, UNGeneral Assembly'decision, the documents of the Council of Europe and the European Parliament where it is blatantly asked Armenia to re pull the occupation forces .

The book is the result of years of research, culminating with the analyst's visit to a camp for internally displaced persons in Azerbaijan, about ten kilometers from Baku in the autumn of 2016. This experience allowed to the author to fully know the Nagorno region and five out of seven surrounding districts occupied by Armenia.


Ultimately, therefore, it is a volume that considers the problems that give rise to conflict, little attention from the media main-straeam, where ignorance is always paid with a high price. For this, Letizia tries to deal -not only the interior scenes- but also the most and probable movements of the various actors in the international geopolitical chessboard.