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Armenia takes Azerbaijan to the International Court of Justice

Armenia’s application includes complaints of alleged ethnic discrimination against Armenians going back decades. 

Armenia takes Azerbaijan to the International Court of Justice

Armenia’s application includes complaints of alleged ethnic discrimination against Armenians going back decades. 

Azerbaijan levies duties on vehicles going through Armenia’s Goris-Kapan road

Azerbaijani border guards have been applying customs duties and searching Iranian vehicles as they cross through the portion of the Goris-Kapan road under Azerbaijani control. 

Azerbaijan levies duties on vehicles going through Armenia’s Goris-Kapan road

Azerbaijani border guards have been applying customs duties and searching Iranian vehicles as they cross through the portion of the Goris-Kapan road under Azerbaijani control. 

Armenia and Azerbaijan exchange prisoners

Two Armenian soldiers captured near the southern border were exchanged for an Azerbaijani soldier who entered a house in Martakert.

Armenia and Azerbaijan exchange prisoners

Two Armenian soldiers captured near the southern border were exchanged for an Azerbaijani soldier who entered a house in Martakert.

Nagorno-Karabakh marks Independence Day without Pashinyan

As Nagorno-Karabakh marks Independence Day, Nikol Pashinyan is a notable absence from the ceremonies.

Nagorno-Karabakh marks Independence Day without Pashinyan

As Nagorno-Karabakh marks Independence Day, Nikol Pashinyan is a notable absence from the ceremonies.

Waiting for rain: Stepanakert’s water crisis

One-third of the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh has had no water for over the last ten days.

Waiting for rain: Stepanakert’s water crisis

One-third of the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh has had no water for over the last ten days.

Russia accuses Azerbaijan of violating ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh

Thursday’s statement was the first time Russian authorities have explicitly blamed one side for violating the ceasefire.

Russia accuses Azerbaijan of violating ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh

Thursday’s statement was the first time Russian authorities have explicitly blamed one side for violating the ceasefire.

The ‘Shusha Declaration’:  Strategic realignment or business as usual? 

What, if any, are the implications of Azerbaijan and Turkey’s new cooperation agreement for the South Caucasus and beyond?

The ‘Shusha Declaration’:  Strategic realignment or business as usual? 

By Ismi Aghayev

What, if any, are the implications of Azerbaijan and Turkey’s new cooperation agreement for the South Caucasus and beyond?

Protesters in Nagorno-Karabakh call on president to resign

Nagorno-Karabakh president Arayik Harutyunyan said he would be ready to resign after undertaking political and public consultations.

Protesters in Nagorno-Karabakh call on president to resign

Nagorno-Karabakh president Arayik Harutyunyan said he would be ready to resign after undertaking political and public consultations.

Video | In the Shadow of War: Voices from Nagorno-Karabakh

A short documentary about the aftermath of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War that looks at the conflict from the perspective of some of those who experienced it first hand.

Video | In the Shadow of War: Voices from Nagorno-Karabakh

A short documentary about the aftermath of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War that looks at the conflict from the perspective of some of those who experienced it first hand.

15 Armenian captives freed in deal negotiated with help of US, Georgia, and OSCE

Fifteen Armenian captives were returned to Armenia in an apparent exchange for a map of around 100,000 landmines.

15 Armenian captives freed in deal negotiated with help of US, Georgia, and OSCE

Fifteen Armenian captives were returned to Armenia in an apparent exchange for a map of around 100,000 landmines.

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