The South Caucasus After the War

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Changing political landscape in South Caucasus

Changing political landscape in South Caucasus

Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia signed a cease-fire agreement on Nov. 9, 2020, that has shaped the region in light of new realities and stronger Turkish involvement in the region as an important ally of Azerbaijan

Moscow’s Karabakh puzzle 

Moscow’s Karabakh puzzle 

The anniversary of the 44-day Second Karabakh War that became victorious for  Azerbaijan, is approaching: three-quarters of the region returned to Baku, and a Russian peacekeeping contingent was deployed on the rest of the territory, where ethnic Armenians compactly live

Trilateral working group on Karabakh resumes work

Trilateral working group on Karabakh resumes work

The trilateral working group on Nagorno-Karabakh (Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan) has resumed its work in Moscow. At Tuesday’s meeting, its representatives discussed transport links in the South Caucasus region and the implementation of …

Who needs Zangezur corridor?

Who needs Zangezur corridor?

The long-lasting Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict has led to human suffering and population displacement, and the “status quo” related to the occupation of Azerbaijani territories could not be a final resolution in this process

Ilham Aliyev: Armenia is insincere

Ilham Aliyev: Armenia is insincere

Azerbaijan's victory in the Patriotic War is a historic victory since our lands have been occupied for 30 years, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev said in an interview with CNN Turk TV channel. “It was a …

Cheap and combat-tested: the growing market for Turkish drones

Cheap and combat-tested: the growing market for Turkish drones

After several successive and well-publicized victories over numerous battlefields last year, Turkey’s locally-built Bayraktar TB2 armed drones have gained several new export customers in 2021, with Ankara even exporting its drones to Europe for the first time