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Review Feature – The Armenian Genocide

Review Feature – The Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide is now rarely front page news, but it roils in the background as Turkey continues to struggle with its very large non-Turkish Muslim population.

Nagorno Karabakh: Armenia’s Claims, Azerbaijan’s Position, and the Peace Efforts

Nagorno Karabakh: Armenia’s Claims, Azerbaijan’s Position, and the Peace Efforts

Karabakh is important for Azerbaijan and Armenia; none side will give up their claims. In a place where country interests in the region continue, the solution is hard.

Current Military and Political Menaces in the South Caucasus

Current Military and Political Menaces in the South Caucasus

Coercion and blackmail towards neighbors may be an inherent feature of Putin’s current policy. Thus, Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan are not immune to Russian actions.

Between a Rock and a Hard Place? EU-Armenia Relations after Vilnius

Between a Rock and a Hard Place? EU-Armenia Relations after Vilnius

Economic rapprochement between Russia and the West is unlikely to occur so long as Putin pursues his pet project – the Eurasian Customs Union.

Resolving Karabakh? The Problem of Protracted Conflicts

Resolving Karabakh? The Problem of Protracted Conflicts

As academics and policy-makers, we need to develop viable research frameworks that combine empirical evidence and expert knowledge to help us to tackle unresolved conflicts.

‘The Shadow of an Axe’: Exploring the Hungary-Azerbaijan-Armenia Diplomatic Tensions

‘The Shadow of an Axe’: Exploring the Hungary-Azerbaijan-Armenia Diplomatic Tensions

With the extradition of Ramil Safarov to Azerbaijan, Hungary maneuvered itself into a position where it has to cope with all the negative domestic and international consequences of the case.

Can Fukushima Cause a Turko-Armenian Rapprochement?

Can Fukushima Cause a Turko-Armenian Rapprochement?

The destructive tsunami which wreaked untold devastation upon Japan can serve as a cautionary tale for the South Caucasus, by forcing Turkey and Armenia to engage in confidence-building measures and to remove the common danger of nuclear disaster. There is nothing to lose for either party; the chances are that they both stand to gain mutually from the deal.

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