Azerbaijan

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    A Forgotten Front Line

    The ceasefire, which halted the war over Nagorny Karabakh 20 years ago, has been broken with grim regularity. Ordinary soldiers and civilians are the ones who pay the price for a lack of agreement on the front line, which is called Karabakh’s Line of Contact.

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    A U.S. Challenge on Karabakh

    For the first time in many years, the U.S. government made its own policy statement on the Nagorny Karabakh conflict on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the 1994 ceasefire. In his speech, the American co-chair of the Minsk Group of the OSCE issued an invitation to the governments in Baku and Yerevan to step up their commitment to the peace process.

    • Event

    Nagorny Karabakh: Keys to a Settlement

    Twenty years after the ceasefire of May 12, 1994 halted fighting between Armenians and Azerbaijanis over Nagorny Karabakh, a peaceful resolution of the conflict remains elusive.

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    Erdoğan’s Condolences to Descendants of Armenians Who Died in 1915: Domestic and Regional Implications

    Erdogan’s statement of condolences to the descendants of Armenians murdered by the Ottomans can let Turks feel freer and more comfortable to take a more critical look at their history, as well as reduce the tension between Turkey and Armenia.

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    Copying Putin in Azerbaijan

    The paranoia, intolerance of dissent, spy-mania, and anti-Western mood in Azerbaijan are all painfully reminiscent of Putin’s Russia.

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    Gülen: Top Issue in the Agenda of Erdoğan’s Visit to Azerbaijan

    Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan takes the battle against the Gülen movement beyond the national borders, and it seems that his visit to Azerbaijan, to a large extent, was motivated by the omnipresence of Gülen followers whose activities in Azerbaijan are massive and successful.

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    Adrift on the Black Sea

    The Black Sea region could do with some Turkish soft power, but it looks as though this is not a priority for Prime Minister Erdogan.

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    Crimea and Karabakh

    As soon as the Crimea crisis struck, both Armenia and Azerbaijan immediately hardened their positions on the Nagorny Karabakh conflict.

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    Karabakh: Can the Rhetoric Ceasefire Hold?

    In the last few months the almost moribund peace process over Nagorny Karabakh has got back on its feet. This isn’t a resumption of full negotiations, but it is a start.

    • Carnegie.ru Commentary

    Making Vilnius Count for the Caucasus: A Puzzle in Quest of Pieces

    Europeanization must mean that Georgia becomes an attractive market in terms of human and infrastructural resources, a country which is a reliable contract guarantor and, thereby, a hub and a model for the region as a whole.

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