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WATCH: Azeri Military Molests the Elderly, Desecrates WWII Memorials, Ransacks Armenian Property in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh)

STEPANAKERT – Although the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev stated that “he would make sure peaceful coexistence is established” in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) after Azerbaijan invaded the Armenian-populated area, the situation on the ground couldn’t possibly be any further from that statement. The following videos show just how “peaceful coexistence” looks like to Azeris. Azeris molesting […]

What Can Russia do With Erdogan

By Timofey Bordachev – Our discussion on the Turkish issue is now a combination of two opposing points of view. One believes that Ankara is an insidious and dangerous adversary, stretching out the tentacles of its influence to the Muslim-majority countries of the former USSR and, in the long-term, even to certain regions of Russia […]

Five Main Mysteries of The Second Karabakh War

By Evgeny Krutikov, originally at Vzglyad – The end of the Second Karabakh War gave rise to many mysteries and conspiracy theories. Indeed, some of the circumstances of this conflict are extremely mysterious, or at least paradoxical from the point of view of conventional military logic. Apparently, the Armenian leadership has itself provoked a political […]

Karabakh prepares for war and hopes for peace: 25 years of fragile truce

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the entry into force of the cease-fire agreement in the Karabakh conflict zone. Exactly a quarter of a century ago, on May 12, 1994, the first Karabakh war of 1991-1994 was terminated with a trilateral and indefinite document. The signatures of the agreement, which is still in force, were put by […]

Armenia-Azeri “frozen conflict” re-ignites

Paravakar village. Four killed, three injured by shelling of September 24 Someone has not given up the intention of kindling this conflict … Live Journal September 26, 2015 Translated from Russian by Tom Winter Translator note: Our source has two reports, one before, one after, the photo gallery. The second, dealing with civilians, I have […]