Europe & Eurasia

Ep. 57 | Aftermath of the Azerbaijan – Artsakh War (Robert Nicholson) Nagorno-Karabakh Armenia
Ep. 57 | Aftermath of the Azerbaijan – Artsakh War

Starting on September 27, the war between Azerbaijan and the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) resumed, and fighting ceased on November 10 with Artsakh losing most of the territory it had controlled. Here Mark Melton and Robert Nicholson discuss the war and its aftermath.

A Hot Conflict Turned Frozen in the South Caucasus, Again
A Hot Conflict Frozen in the South Caucasus, Again

At midnight Moscow time on November 10, the ceasefire signed by Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia took effect, ending the 2020 war on Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) in which thousands of unnecessary deaths on both sides occurred.

Renewed Turkish Genocide of Armenians and Syriacs Continues an Alarming Trend
Renewed Turkish Genocide of Armenians and Syriacs Continues an Alarming Trend

Syriac support for Armenia is no recent phenomenon, as they are both enduring symbols of Christianity’s native presence in the Middle East. Unfortunately, Turkey targets both groups today.

What UN Security Council Resolutions Say about Nagorno-Karabakh, and What They Don’t Say
What UN Security Council Resolutions Say about Nagorno-Karabakh, and What They Don’t Say

Azerbaijan and Armenia interpret the UN resolutions concerning Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) very differently. Both interpretations are incorrect.

State Privilege Won’t Save a Faith

Proponents of religious economy theory point to evidence suggesting that religious adherence decreases when a government actively promotes a church or hinders other beliefs.

Churchill: Walking with Destiny

British historian Andrews Roberts discusses his magnificent new biography of Winston Churchill, including his political incorrectness by contemporary standards, his…

Artsakh: The Lonely Christian Mountain
Artsakh: The Lonely Christian Mountain

It would truly horrific if once again another historic Eastern Christian people were to be ethnically cleansed and obliterated from their homeland as the world did nothing.

The Catholic Church Gains Stature in Belarus: What American Christians Should Know about the Ongoing Protests

Eight weeks after the falsified Belarusian presidential elections, country-wide protests remain steady, and fervent democratic activism has arisen among an unsuspecting source—the Catholic Church. American Christians should follow and take a vocal stance for the Belarusian future.

Marksism | Ep. 18: On Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict, Comrade Duch, and Iran
Marksism | Ep. 18: On Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict, Comrade Duch, and Iran

In this episode of Marksism, the editors discuss the latest articles, including one about Comrade Duch, who committed atrocities in…