Politics

Armenian Provocation Against Azerbaijan Backfires As Bodies Piling Up

Death toll of Armenian armed forces amounted to 150-200 people, and hundreds of Armenian soldiers were injured following an unsuccessful provocation attempt against Azerbaijan, Trend reports. The armed forces of Armenia committed large-scale provocations in the directions of Azerbaijan’s Dashkasan, Kalbajar and

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Meeting in Brussels, Azerbaijani, Armenian Leaders Agree to Step Up Work on Peace Treaty

Leaders had ‘open, productive’ talk in Brussels, says European Council head Charles Michel Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders agreed to accelerate work on a peace treaty, European Council President Charles Michel announced on Wednesday following their negotiations in Brussels.  Michel hosted

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Today, on 26 August, We – Azerbaijanis – Returned to City of Lachin – President Ilham Aliyev

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has made a post on the city of Lachin on his official Twitter account.  “Today, on August 26, we – the Azerbaijanis – have returned to the city of Lachin. Azerbaijan’s Army

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Azerbaijani Army Undergoes Shelling from Armenian Troops

Over the past day, the positions of the Azerbaijani army were shelled by Armenian armed forces by about 10 times, Trend reports via the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan. Six incidents were related to Armenian troops shooting at the positions of the

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Putin And Erdogan Express Satisfaction with Russian-Turkish Relations

Talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi can, in the words of the Turkish leader, “open a new page in bilateral relations.” Putin emphasized the increased role of the Turkish Stream, which

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Dmytro Kuleba, Minister for Foreign Affairs: There won’t be such a moment in history when the Crimea issue will be back-shelved:

The head of Ukrainian diplomacy, Dmytro Kuleba, considers long war fatigue inevitable, while remaining positive that both Ukrainians and their partners are capable of overcoming it. In an interview with Ukrinform, he also provided, in our opinion, massively convincing proof

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Ankara-Moscow-Tehran Agree on Syria

By Mehman Aliyev The Seventh trilateral summit of the Astana process on the settlement of the crisis in Syria, held in Tehran on July 19, ended with the respect of interests of Moscow, Tehran, Ankara and Damascus. The Astana process started in

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Caspian Region Regears: No Conflict but Residual Friction Points

By Orkhan Amashov, AzerNews The circumstances characterising the relations between the five Caspian littoral states, namely Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran, since 1991, have always entailed a palpable degree of complexity regarding the enormous potential for deep cooperation riven

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Kazakhstan Does Not Recognize Quasi-State Entities

On Friday, June 18, President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev took part in the plenary session of the 25th edition of the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum. Along with the leader of Kazakhstan, Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the plenary session,

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Interview with Neil Watson, a prominent political scientist and journalist, on geopolitical developments in the world

A.T:  The military intervention to Ukraine placed Russia behind the Iron Curtain of international isolation. Now the Russian government itself turns its back to global standards including the Bologna education system. Don’t you think that the Iron Curtain is the

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