Peace on Azerbaijan’s Terms Won’t End the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict – FP, 25.08
Baku is attempting to assert sovereignty through force and ethnic cleansing while denying Armenians the right to self-determination. By Alex Galitsky, the communications director of the Armenian National Committee of America’s Western Region
The Minsk Group Is Meaningless – FP, 23.07
The OSCE’s peace effort in Nagorno-Karabakh is outdated and unhelpful. Laying it to rest can pave the way for real reconciliation and reconstruction. By Robert M. Cutler, a fellow of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Nagorno-Karabakh Is Moscow’s Latest Frozen Conflict – FP, 20.05
Russian peacekeepers have radically reshaped the region. By Tom Mutch, a journalist from New Zealand who writes about crime and conflict.
Biden Can Help Armenia and Azerbaijan Make Peace. Here’s How – FP, 31.03
Four steps Washington can take to facilitate a lasting end to the conflict. By Daniel Baer
Putin hosts first post-war talks between leaders of Azerbaijan, Armenia – 11.01
- Russian President Vladimir #Putin on Monday brought together the leaders of #Armenia and #Azerbaijan for the first time since a war last year over the Nagorno-#Karabakh region, an effort to resolve problems that risk undermining the deal that ended the conflict.
Armenia Buries Its Dead but Can’t Put to Rest the Horrors of Recent War – FP, 6.01
Armenia’s disastrous loss to Azerbaijan in the six-week war over Nagorno-Karabakh has left another generation scarred—and a future conflict more likely. By Jack Losh
Nagorno-Karabakh crisis: Newly-created border splits village of Taghavard in Two – 24.12
- After 6 weeks of conflict this autumn, Armenia and Azerbaijan signed a Russia-brokered ceasefire agreement last month. Terms of the truce included two thousand Russian peacekeepers being deployed along the Lachin corridor separating Armenian and Azeri territory. And that’s split one small community in half.
Contestation en Arménie : la colère persiste suite à la déroute militaire face à Bakou – 22.12
- L’opposition arménienne a appelé mercredi à entamer une grève générale à partir du 22 décembre pour forcer le Premier ministre Nikol Pachinian à la démission après la défaite au Nagorny Karabakh.
Conflit du Haut-Karabakh : échanges de prisonniers entre l’Arménie et l’Azerbaïdjan – 16.12
The Armenia and Azerbaijan war, explained – Vox, 3.12
Haut-Karabakh : des terres de conquêtes et d’exils – 3.12
Russian Troops in Nagorno-Karabakh ‘Clearly a Win for Moscow’ – FP, 25.11
The Russian-brokered cease-fire that ended six weeks of fighting means soldiers on the ground—either as peacekeepers or as a vanguard of Putin’s latest garrison state. By Jack Losh
South Caucasus needs West to stop greater conflicts – Ben Hodges, EUObserver, 24.11
Nagorno-Karabakh: Tough rebuilding ahead for devastated city of Agdam – 28.11
Armenians flee Nagorno-Karabakh after brutal war with Azerbaijan: ‘This will not break us’ – 25.11
Nagorno-Karabakh: ‘We’ve lost an entire generation’ – BBC News, 24.11
Armenia begins handover of disputed territory to Azerbaijan – DW, 20.11
Iulian Fota: Ce înseamnă rezultatul conflictului din Nagorno-Karabah pentru evoluțiile de securitate din zona Mării Negre – Historia, 20.11
- Războiul din Nagorno-Karabah s-a încheiat printr-o victorie a Azerbaidjanului în dauna Armeniei, dar puterea care și-a spus cuvântul în regiune este Rusia. Ulterior Rusia și Turcia au anunțat un acord prin care trupele turcești ar primi permisiunea să supravegheze respectarea acordurilor de pace, pe lângă cele rusești. Modul de acțiune al forțelor turcești este văzut însă în mod diferit de Ankara și de Moscova. Ce înseamnă rezultatul conflictului din Nagorno-Karabah pentru evoluțiile de securitate din zona Mării Negre? Ce consecințe vor fi pentru raporturile de putere dintre Rusia și Turcia și pentru restul actorilor implicați? Despre implicațiile acestor evoluții, împreună cu Iulian Fota, director Institutul Diplomatic Român
The Nagorno-Karabakh Dilema – 19.11
Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire: Armenia accuses Azerbaijan of using phosphorus bombs – 19.11
Nagorno-Karabach villagers burn down their houses before Azerbaijan handover – 14.11
Europe stands by as borders are redrawn by Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire – Politico, 11.11
Russian troops arrive in Nagorno-Karabakh following cease-fire deal – Politico, 10.11
Will a Russian-Brokered Deal End the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict? – FP, 10.11
The peace deal greatly favors Azerbaijan, and puts Russia in the driver’s seat.
In Nagorno-Karabakh, the Cycle of Ethnic Cleansing Continues – FP, 9.11
In the 1990s, the Azerbaijani population was expelled. Now Armenians could face the same fate.
‘We Don’t Believe in a Political Solution’ in Nagorno-Karabakh, Fighters Say – FP, 29.10
After a month of heavy fighting over the disputed enclave between Armenia and Azerbaijan, a negotiated settlement seems far off—and civilians are paying the price. By Liz Cookman
No Compromise in Sight for Armenia and Azerbaijan – Thomas de Waal, FA, 26.10.20
A Century-Long Search for an Impossible Victory in Nagorno-Karabakh
Pompeo Hosts Foreign Ministers From Both Sides of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict – 23.10.20
The U.S. Secretary of State has downplayed talk of a new cease-fire and plans to meet separately with each minister. By Colm Quinn