Category: Opinion

Khojaly: How The Lies Were Exposed Even Before It Emerged
Opinion

Khojaly: How The Lies Were Exposed Even Before It Emerged

On the night of February 25-26, 1992, Armenian armed formations carried out a massacre of the civilian population of the Azerbaijani city of Khojaly. This ... Read More

Guivami Rahimli: Chess Player Teymur Rajabov Gave Azerbaijani People The First Joy Of Victory In 2021
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Guivami Rahimli: Chess Player Teymur Rajabov Gave Azerbaijani People The First Joy Of Victory In 2021

Grandmaster Teymur Rajabov, who won at the Airthings Masters Chess Tour on New Year's Eve, dedicated his victory to Azerbaijan. On the occasion of this ... Read More

Ilham Aliyev: We Are Creating A New Energy Map of Europe
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Ilham Aliyev: We Are Creating A New Energy Map of Europe

The European Union is heavily dependent on the import of natural gas. Gas consumption constitutes approximately 21% of the EU’s energy mix, making it the ... Read More

Destruction And Reconstruction Of Nagorno-Karabakh
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Destruction And Reconstruction Of Nagorno-Karabakh

Recent news coming from Nagorno-Karabakh indicates that there was a widespread destruction in the liberated regions, but that the region is undergoing preparations for a ... Read More

Members of Congress Should Promote Azerbaijan-Armenia Peace, not Conflict
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Members of Congress Should Promote Azerbaijan-Armenia Peace, not Conflict

Representatives Jackie Speier and Adam Schiff’s recent San Francisco Chronicle article, regarding Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict, was challenging to read, perhaps especially because it was written by two ... Read More

Azerbaijan Prepares For the Post-Karabakh Era
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Azerbaijan Prepares For the Post-Karabakh Era

Winning a war is a major achievement, but consolidating the peace is even more painstaking. There is promising progress in Azerbaijan after the liberation of ... Read More

The Liberated Fizuli
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The Liberated Fizuli

Azerbaijani district of Fizuli in Karabakh that has been recently liberated from nearly three decades of occupation by Armenian forces. Named after Azerbaijani poet of ... Read More