The US needs to send a strong message for Russia - opinion

Azerbaijan has implemented a blockade on the only road connecting Nagorno-Karabakh with Armenia; which has rapidly become a humanitarian crisis. 

By Stephan Pechdimaldji

Azerbaijan demands Karabakh mine access as condition to end protests blocking road

Baku says the mining sites are being illegally exploited, while Armenians accuse Azerbaijan of staging fake protests.


Serbia-Kosovo, Azerbaijan-Armenia: Threats to peace in Caucasus, Balkans - analysis

Russia's war in Ukraine has been a major war and gets a vast majority of coverage. However, the current tensions in Kosovo and in an area of the Caucasus called Nagorno-Karabakh also matter.

Armenia wants peace, if Azerbaijan withdraws, stops aggression - opinion

Armenia remains fully committed to a peace agenda. If Azerbaijan is serious about peace, the only way to show it is to return to negotiations instead of finding pretexts to avoid them.


Armenia, learn from Abraham Accords, make peace with Azerbaijan - opinion

Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev understands that lasting peace is the best guarantee for sustainable security and development for our entire region.


Armenia's leader laments lack of Russian help in front of Vladimir Putin

"It is depressing that Armenia's membership in the CSTO did not deter Azerbaijan from aggressive actions," Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan said.


Iranian spy network unveiled in Azerbaijan - state security

Tensions have risen between Azerbaijan and Iran in recent months amid a series of disagreements and threats.

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City

Solving mystery of Israel's Church of the Holy Sepulchre pillar carvings

While it may at first glance appear to be a bit of Vandal-era vandalism, the apparent graffiti shenanigans was actually a deliberate attempt by the clergy to redeem souls and honor the dead.

Armenian, Azerbaijani troops fire at each other after relative quiet

In September, over 200 Armenian servicemen were killed in clashes with Azerbaijan.


Why Russia can’t bring peace to south Caucasus - analysis

The problem for Moscow is that it has believed that this area is its own backyard – what is known as a “near abroad” – but is seeing its grip weaken.

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