Category: Opinion

Small-scale steps towards long-term peace
Opinion

Small-scale steps towards long-term peace

As we commemorate the first anniversary of the onset of the second Karabakh war, it is clear to the warring sides, as well as the ... Read More

What does Iran want in the South Caucasus?
Opinion

What does Iran want in the South Caucasus?

With its regional mindset and strategy, there is now a way for Tehran to be productive in the South Caucasus Iran held last week a large ... Read More

The Battle of Shusha (Şuşa) in Azerbaijan
Opinion

The Battle of Shusha (Şuşa) in Azerbaijan

Shusha Azerbaijani: Şuşa. The town has religious, cultural and strategic importance to Azerbaijan. Shusha is often considered the cradle of Azerbaijan’s music and poetry, and one of ... Read More

One Year After the Second Karabakh War, the U.S. Needs to Increase Engagement in the South Caucasus
Opinion

One Year After the Second Karabakh War, the U.S. Needs to Increase Engagement in the South Caucasus

This week marks the one-year anniversary of the beginning of the Second Karabakh War between Azerbaijan and Armenia. By early November 2020, the war was over, ... Read More

President Ilham Aliyev interviewed by France 24 TV channel
Interview

President Ilham Aliyev interviewed by France 24 TV channel

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has been interviewed by the French France 24 TV channel, according to Azerbaijan in Focus, reporting Trend ... Read More

President Ilham Aliyev`s interview with Russian influential “Natsionalnaya oborona” magazine
Interview

President Ilham Aliyev`s interview with Russian influential “Natsionalnaya oborona” magazine

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has given an interview to editor-in-chief of Russian influential “Natsionalnaya oborona” magazine, well-known military expert Igor Korotchenko. ... Read More

Border Escalation Is a Risky Strategy for Armenia
Opinion

Border Escalation Is a Risky Strategy for Armenia

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 ... Read More