Tolerating the crimes by Azerbaijan is no different from tolerating crimes of ISIS. Signing deals with Azerbaijan is akin to signing deals with ISIS.
Uzay BulutDecember 5, 2022
The fragile peace the Russia has experienced by granting autonomy to ethnic minorities may unravel under the strains of the Ukrainian Invasion.
Alexander J. MiguelOctober 26, 2022
The same ideology that motivated the 1913-23 Armenian genocide motivates Turkey’s and Azerbaijan’s aggressions against Armenians, Greeks and other Christians.
Uzay BulutSeptember 19, 2022
Death threats, kangaroo courts, attempted assassinations, and mysterious deaths await international Azeri critics of Azerbaijan.
Uzay BulutSeptember 14, 2022
The Byzantine emperor, crusaders and Armenian nobility were statesmen, not theologians: their geopolitical situations guided their decision-making more than theological considerations.
Alexander J. MiguelAugust 11, 2022
While the world’s attention is fixated on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Azerbaijan has escalated its aggression against the Armenian land and people of Artsakh.
Uzay BulutMarch 25, 2022
The crime of cultural heritage destruction has been committed against the same victims by the same perpetrators again and again—in Turkey, Cyprus, the South Caucuses, and the Middle East.
Uzay BulutFebruary 15, 2022
A nationalized religion and a distinct alphabet unified the Armenians living in the Byzantine Empire and Sassanid Iran, and upholding the essence of what it meant to be Armenian.
Van Der MegerdichianJanuary 6, 2022
Azerbaijani servicemen tortured and killed 19 Armenian prisoners after the end of last year’s 44-day war, lawyers Artak Zeynalyan and Siranush Sahakyan announced on May 3.
Uzay BulutMay 19, 2021
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