Posts Tagged ‘karabakh’

Azerbaijan should be careful for new provocations

Militarization of Armenia is not a new development since it became a vital agenda for the country from the independence, said Mehmet Fatih Oztarsu, analyst at the Turkish Strategic Outlook analytical center. Oztarsu made the remark as he commented on news that the Armenian side has approved the deal with Russia on weapons supply to [...]

What Really Happened in Nagorno Karabakh?

The Nagorno Karabakh conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia started in 1988 with the territorial claims of Armenians over the land of Azerbaijan. Until the year of 1994 when ceasefire treaty was signed, Armenian troops occupied 20% of Azerbaijani territories including Nagorno Karabakh region and seven more districts. On April 2, one of the bloodiest clashes [...]

Caucasus full of potential conflict

Armenia has recently had a national referendum, one whose contents and the results of which have been heavily debated. The referendum — which was aimed at bringing about constitutional changes that would decrease the authority given to the president while increasing the power of its parliament — was met by a 63 percent “yes” vote. [...]

Europe to pay more attention to Karabakh conflict settlement in 2016

Europe will pay more attention to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement in 2016, Mehmet Fatih Oztarsu, the Vice-President of the Turkish Strategic Outlook analytical center, the expert on the South Caucasus region, told Trend Nov. 5. He was commenting on the PACE draft resolution calling for an end to the occupation of Azerbaijani territories.

Karabakh conflict hard to solve without regional help

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict can’t be solved with international organizations’ involvement, as evidenced by the work of OSCE Minsk Group, which has for many years demonstrated its inefficiency, says Mehmet Fatih Oztarsu, co-president of the Turkish analytical center, the Strategic Outlook.

War Games in Caucasia

The “Shant-2015” military exercises of the Armenian Defense Ministry were conducted Sept. 3-6. Unlike during previous exercises, the public’s preparedness for a possible war was measured. “Shant-2015” was interesting and important because for the first time the capabilities of a country which has had serious disagreements with Azerbaijan were evaluated in a scenario of regional warfare. A statement [...]

Who will Turkey talk to on the Armenian issue?

Turkey, which has been trying to preserve its power in the international arena by relying on the support of its Western allies, is currently suffering from serious backlash. Our politicians, who are unable to realize the growing resentment towards Turkey in the West due to domestic political considerations, continue to make bold and optimistic statements.

Is it possible to have a more effective American policy for Karabakh?

In early August, the death of Armenian and Azerbaijani soldiers as a result of conflict in Nagorno- Karabakh area brought a new tension. Nagorno Karabakh, a succession of Soviet and dispute area between Armenia and Azerbaijan, became a tool that maintains the severity of Caucasus in the last 20 years.

Türkiye ve Rusya Dağlık Karabağ’ın Çözümüne Öncülük Etmelidir

Azerbaycan ve Ermenistan arasında devam edegelen ve statüko babında dondurulmuş olarak nitelendirilen Dağlık Karabağ sorunu 1994 yılında imzalanan ateşkese rağmen, bugün potansiyel çatışma tehditi olarak büyümeye devam ediyor. Dış aktörler, özellikle Rusya ve Türkiye barış sürecinin devamı için daha fazla aktif rol oynamalılar. Sorunun çözümüne yönelik olarak Ankara ve Moskova Güney Kafkasya’daki müttefikleri için sıkı [...]

Armenia Ready, Target 2015

Turkish foreign policy recently intensified its attention on the Arab Spring, carrying out extensive diplomatic efforts to secure an immediate resolution for the turmoil in the region.

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