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
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
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.
Robert Nicholson & Mark MeltonNovember 19, 2020
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.
Wouter Jan de GraafNovember 17, 2020
Azerbaijan and Armenia interpret the UN resolutions concerning Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) very differently. Both interpretations are incorrect.
Wouter Jan de GraafNovember 4, 2020
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.
Alberto M. FernandezOctober 7, 2020
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has extended his menacing military involvement to the South Caucasus, where Turkish army personnel are assisting Azerbaijan in a massive invasion against Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) and Armenia.
Armen V. Sahakyan & Erik KhzmalyanSeptember 30, 2020
Why is the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict still considered “frozen”? Simply put, the conflict’s continuation is in Russia’s interests.
Wouter Jan de GraafAugust 11, 2020
Tension and violence once again run wild on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
Uzay BulutJuly 23, 2020