Editorial

Why Armenia avoids Karabakh talks?

The problem of Nagorno-Karabakh, as one of the biggest existing conflicts in the OSCE area, needs an early resolution. However, this topic is not on the agenda of the Armenian side, who is interested in preserving the existing status quo in the occupied region of Azerbaijan.
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Who hinders long-lasting peace in Karabakh?

A long-lasting Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the South Caucasus region has contributed to a widening volatility gap that is leaving many people in danger, even those who are out of direct impact of the conflict. But one promising solution offers hope throughout the region: a fair resolution to the conflict.
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Friends or no friends?

It is hard to believe but even one word can spoil the relations between people, and one persons can spoil the relations between the states. It seems 'someone' is interested to deteriorate the relations strategic relations between the United States and Azerbaijan.
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OSCE/ODIHR breaches its mandate

The November 1 parliamentary elections, which ended in Azerbaijan last week, opened up a new page in the country's public and political life and was seen by many international observers as a step forward for the country's democratic development.
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