Caucasus

Is Iran Ready For Great Power Competition In The South Caucasus?

Emil Avdaliani Iran, South Caucasus Tensions are likely to rise as Turkey seeks to gain more influence, and Iran balances Ankara by working with Russia to help Armenia stabilize its weakening position. For the second year in a row, the South...
Related topics: Iran, Turkey, Ankara, Russia, Armenia

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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, Azerbaijan

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An Azerbaijani-iranian War Will Lead To A Regional Conflagration

Taras Kuzio Azerbaijan, Eurasia The United States should join Israel and support the Turkish-Azerbaijani-Pakistani axis as a counterweight to Iran and Russia in the South Caucasus and greater Middle East. Iran is escalating its military rhetoric...
Related topics: Azerbaijan, Israel, Iran, Russia, Military

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Georgia Holds Local Election, With Ruling Georgia Dream Party Securing The Majority Of Votes

The ruling Georgian Dream party secured 47.6 percent of the votesOriginally published on Global VoicesA screenshot from AlJazeera's video report from Georgia Amid political tensions and polarization, the South Caucasus country of Georgia held a...
Related topics: Screenshots, World Videos

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Russian Security Service Foils Daesh Terror Attack On Law Enforcement Officers In N. Caucasus

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A terror attack was prevented in Russia's Karachay-Cherkess Republic, where a local supporter of Daesh* planned to blow up law enforcement officers, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said on 1 October.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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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: Azerbaijan, 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: Azerbaijan, Vladimir Putin

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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: Nato, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova

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Border Escalation Is A Risky Strategy For Armenia

Ivan Sascha Sheehan Armenia, Azerbaijan, South Caucasus Pashinyan’s request for more Russian boots along its national border, rather than just in Karabakh, is a recipe for an increasingly militarized border—only this time with third-party...
Related topics: Armenia, Azerbaijan

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Nord Stream 2 Is Part Of Russia's Energy Warfare Strategy

Marco Marsili Nord Stream 2, The Baltic countries and South Caucasus are the battlefields of Moscow's ‘energy warfare’ strategy aimed at re-establishing a sphere of influence in the area previously controlled by the USSR. What’s...
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Armenia Can Stop Iran’s New South Caucasus Foothold

Wes Martin Armenia, Iran, South Caucasus Were the Nakhchivan corridor to run through Iran, it hands Tehran still yet more leverage and integration into the global economy. With the exception of tragedy, trains rarely stir the international media....
Related topics: Armenia, Iran, Tehran

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The Caucasus Region Must Choose Between Conflict Or Connectivity

Eugene Chausovsky Caucasus, Central Asia The Caucasus is entering into a more dynamic phase, one which presents both opportunities and complex challenges for expanding connectivity projects in the region and well beyond. The Caucasus region of...
Related topics: Armenia

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Georgia Opposition Ends Parliamentary Boycott

Georgia's main opposition party on Sunday announced the end of a months-long parliamentary boycott that has plunged the Caucasus nation into a spiraling political crisis, following disputed elections last year.Georgia's opposition parties have...

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Escobar: The Disintegrated States Of America

Escobar: The Disintegrated States Of America Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Asia Times, Andrei Martyanov is in a class by himself. A third wave baby boomer, born in the early 1960s in Baku, in the Caucasus, then part of the former...
Related topics: Azerbaijan, Baku

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Nato's Southeastern Spearhead: Turkey's Military Aggression In Iraq, Syria, Yemen, & Caucasus...

NATO's Southeastern Spearhead: Turkey's Military Aggression In Iraq, Syria, Yemen, & Caucasus Signals Proxy Conflict With Iran Authored by Rick Rozoff via Anti-Bellum, The past week has witnessed reports of increased Turkish military...
Related topics: Nato, Turkey, Military, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Iran

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How Biden Can Promote Peace In The South Caucasus

Alex Galitsky Nagorno-Karabakh War, Europe As the Biden administration moves to place global human rights at the forefront of its foreign policy, it should reverse nearly three decades of disastrous U.S. policy that allowed the conflict to fester...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Human Rights

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World Cup Success Lifts Armenians After Last Year’s Bitter War

Yerevan (AFP) – Armenians on Thursday were celebrating their tiny Caucasus country’s surprising lead in its 2022 World Cup qualifying group with three wins out of three, lifting their spirits after a devastating war with Azerbaijan last...
Related topics: Armenia, Azerbaijan

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Has Azerbaijan’s Use Of Drones In Karabakh Transformed Warfare?

Adam Leong Kok Wey Nagorno-Karabakh War, South Caucasus The strategic lessons drawn from the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict were not the dazzling use of drones but the importance of using airpower for close air support missions and battlefield...
Related topics: Azerbaijan, Drones

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Landmines And Hostages Are Hindering Peace In Karabakh

Shahmar Hajiyev Nagorno-Karabakh, South Caucasus Serious difficulties remain in implementing the November peace agreement. The Second Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan changed the status quo in a protracted conflict that has lasted for...
Related topics: Armenia, Azerbaijan

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Hitler's Killer: The "marder": Germany's Jury-rigged Tank Destroyer

Warfare History Network History, Europe Despite its shortcomings, the Marder added weight to the German war machine as it advanced to the Volga River and into the Caucasus Mountains in late 1942. On the second day of Adolf Hitler’s bold invasion...
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