Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan’s Aliyev Is A Strategic Liability, Not An Asset

Michael Rubin Azerbaijan, Eurasia Aliyev may be a dictator, but Western denial of Azerbaijan’s new reality and neglect of his increasing belligerence promise a far bloodier future for justice and democracy in the region than he does. Ilham...

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Tensions Are Escalating Between Azerbaijan And Iran Over Border Issue And Armenia

Following weeks of tensions, the two sides agree to dialogueOriginally published on Global VoicesA screenshot from the video report “Long-running Tensions Mount Between Iran, Azerbaijan” from TRT World. Tensions between Azerbaijan and...
Related topics: Iran, Armenia, Screenshots, World Videos

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Bp-operated Shah Deniz Gas Field Witnesses Stake Reshuffle

BP plc BP is witnessing a transformation in the ownership profile of its Shah Deniz gas project in the Caspian Sea offshore Azerbaijan.Russia-based Lukoil agreed to obtain an additional 15.5% interest in the BP-operated Shah Deniz gas project from...
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Armenia And Azerbaijan’s Court Battle Could Damage Hopes For Peace

Ben Keith Nagorno-Karabakh, The Caucasus With the bar for success high, proceedings will likely turn into a forum to air grievances, throw mud at one another, and ultimately reinforce division between Armenians and Azerbaijanis. It is the exact...
Related topics: Armenia, Caucasus

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'five Percent Of Truth, The Rest Is Lie': Azerbaijani President Comments On 'pandora Papers' Leak

BAKU (Sputnik) - Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said on Wednesday that he did not read the so-called Pandora Papers investigation about himself, adding that probably only 5% of what is written there is true.
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Iran And Azerbaijan Are Still Butting Heads

Trevor Filseth Iran, Azerbaijan, Middle East While Azerbaijan’s consequential victory in the Second Karabakh War led military planners to study its outcome for lessons, Iran quickly raised concerns about Baku’s use of Israeli...
Related topics: Iran, Military, Baku

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The Queen's Estate Has Been Dragged Into The Pandora Papers - It Appears To Have Bought A $91...

The Crown Estate may have bought a £66.5 million ($91 million) property from the family of Azerbaijan's president, news outlets reported on 3 October. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images The Queen's Crown Estate appears to have bought a $91...

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Irgc Issues Veiled Warning To Azerbaijan, Says Tehran Won’t Tolerate Israeli Presence Near Borders

Azerbaijan is one of about a dozen Muslim nations maintaining diplomatic relations with Israel, and the two countries have enjoyed close defence ties since 2012, when Tel Aviv agreed to sell Baku $1.6 billion in drones and air defence systems. The...
Related topics: Iran, Tehran, Israel, Tel,aviv, Baku, Drones

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Will There Be A European Counterpart To The Thaad?

Sebastien Roblin Missile Defense, Europe Eurosam is trying to beat out the THAAD system. Here's What You Need to Remember: Currently, Canada and Switzerland a re weighing purchasing the Aster versus the Patriot. Azerbaijan is also rumored to...
Related topics: Canada, Switzerland

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Nagorno-karabakh: A Year Of U.s. Failure In The South Caucasus

Michael Rubin Nagorno-Karabakh, South Caucasus Azerbaijan and Turkey launched their assault on Nagorno-Karabakh to continue the Ottoman project of more than a century ago. Silence encourages them and others. One year ago today, the Azerbaijani...
Related topics: Caucasus, Turkey

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America Can Still Broker An Elusive Armenian-azerbaijani Peace

Robert F. Cekuta Nagorno-Karabakh, South Caucasus One year after the war between Armenian and Azerbaijan, there is no peace and the potential for renewed conflict remains. The ceasefire Russian president Vladimir Putin brokered between the...
Related topics: Caucasus, Vladimir Putin

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Un Secretary General Holds Talks With Foreign Ministers Of Armenia, Azerbaijan

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) - UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has held two separate meetings, with Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan, and Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov, the United Nations informs.
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Russian Peacekeepers Enable Iranian Criminality In Azerbaijan

Iran and Russia are on collaborative maneuvers once again. This time it’s in the South Caucasus: both are deliberately derailing ongoing peace talks between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the region of Karabakh. In this volatile region, it serves...
Related topics: Iran, Russia, Caucasus, Armenia

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The Ig Nobel Prizes

The Ig Nobel Prize in Economics this year went to Pavlo Blavatskyy for Obesity of politicians and corruption in post-Soviet countries: We collected 299 frontal face images of 2017 cabinet ministers from 15 post-Soviet states (Armenia, Azerbaijan,...
Related topics: Nobel Prize, Armenia, Belarus

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In Azerbaijan Silence Looms As Yet Another Member Of Lgbtq+ Community Is Fatally Targeted

Authorities are investigating the blogger for openly inciting hateOriginally published on Global VoicesA “Clear legal basis needed to combat violence against women” by the European Parliament is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND...

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Azerbaijan Extends Special Quarantine Regime

Azerbaijan extends special quarantine regime until November 1, 2021Originally published on Global Voices“Flame Towers of Baku” by wilth is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Azerbaijan's government announced on August 28 that it will...
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Cooperation In The Caucasus: How Four Countries Could Reshape European Security

Rusif Huseynov, Taras Kuzio Caucasus, Europe NATO and the European Union need to think outside the box with respect to how GUAM’s four members can be anchored within the Euro-Atlantic community of states. Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and...
Related topics: Caucasus, Nato, Ukraine, Moldova

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Armenia's Defence Ministry Reports Firefight On Border With Azerbaijan

YEREVAN (Sputnik) - Armenia's Ministry of Defence said on Sunday that an intense firefight broke out on the border with Azerbaijan overnight.
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Third Brawl In Two Days Breaks Out In Armenian Parliament's Chamber Floor

Political tensions are high in Armenia following the country's defeat by Azerbaijan in a war over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh last year.      
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Azerbaijani Experts Debate Causes Of Recent Escalation

Tensions between the two nations have escalated dangerouslyOriginally published on Global VoicesPeace keeping forces in Nagorno Karabakh. Screenshot taken from Al Jazeera report, “How fragile is the ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan? |...
Related topics: Debate, Screenshots, Armenia

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