What’s next for the West-Azerbaijan relations?

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Miroslav Lajčák (R), Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic as the Chairperson-in-Office of OSCE, met Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev. Credit: http://www.mzv.sk

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Hungary and Azerbaijan made Armenia furious

Hungary handed over Azerbaijani national and confessed killer of Armenian officer Ramil Safarov to Baku when he was pardoned and promoted.

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The vulnerable status quo in the South Caucasus

By Vahan Dilanyan who is serving as the Chairman at Political Developments Research Center, Yerevan, and the Lecturer at European Regional Educational Academy, Yerevan. The article was originally published in the Euro-Atlantic Quarterly in Slovak language.

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US-Turkish relations are taken hostage by the resolution about the Armenian Genocide

Barack Obama’s administration opposed House Foreign Affairs Committee’s resolution describing as genocide the killings of Armenians in World War I. But as presidential candidate Obama supported it.

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It is time for Turkey to accept the reality of the Armenian Genocide

Said the House Foreign Affairs Committee in the resolution describing as genocide the killings of Armenians in World War I.

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Turkish-Armenian Rapprochement and Obama’s Policy in The Caucasus

I have asked Vahan Dilanyan, President of Political Developments Research Center in Yerevan, to write an article for Slovak magazine Euro-Atlantic Quarterly. He was very kind and he agreed. His piece was published in Slovak in 2/2009 edition and you can find it here in English.

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