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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?

Calls for answers over death of Azerbaijani activist Bayram Mammadov in Istanbul

Mammadov, 27, was a prominent government critic who served three years in prison on drugs charges that rights groups say were fabricated. 

Calls for answers over death of Azerbaijani activist Bayram Mammadov in Istanbul

Mammadov, 27, was a prominent government critic who served three years in prison on drugs charges that rights groups say were fabricated. 

Is an interconnected Caucasus on the horizon?

Russia, Turkey, and Iran have all shown interest in participating in restoring the transport corridors.

Is an interconnected Caucasus on the horizon?

By Hamida Giyasbayli

Russia, Turkey, and Iran have all shown interest in participating in restoring the transport corridors.

What has been the impact of Armenia’s Turkish product ban?

Armenia’s retailers and manufacturers face challenges and opportunities as Turkish products disappear from shelves.

What has been the impact of Armenia’s Turkish product ban?

By Ani Avetisyan

Armenia’s retailers and manufacturers face challenges and opportunities as Turkish products disappear from shelves.

Opinion | Are Azerbaijan and Turkey moving towards ‘one nation, one state’? 

But could the commonly expressed adage of one nation two states be transforming into an even closer union?

Opinion | Are Azerbaijan and Turkey moving towards ‘one nation, one state’? 

By Rovshan Mammadli

But could the commonly expressed adage of one nation two states be transforming into an even closer union?

US House passes amendment putting military transfers to Azerbaijan in question

The amendment passed on Monday calls for greater congressional oversight of US military aid programmes.

US House passes amendment putting military transfers to Azerbaijan in question

The amendment passed on Monday calls for greater congressional oversight of US military aid programmes.

Moscow court sentences single mother of four to 5 years in prison for ‘financing terrorism’

The woman claims that she only transferred the money to her brother, who was in Turkey and asked for help.

Moscow court sentences single mother of four to 5 years in prison for ‘financing terrorism’

The woman claims that she only transferred the money to her brother, who was in Turkey and asked for help.

Dozens protest in Baku against arrest of Azerbaijani-Turkish billionaire in Turkey

Journalists were violently removed from the rally, which included members of Azerbaijan’s ruling party, by police.

Dozens protest in Baku against arrest of Azerbaijani-Turkish billionaire in Turkey

Journalists were violently removed from the rally, which included members of Azerbaijan’s ruling party, by police.

Georgia bans entry for all foreign citizens over coronavirus fears

The government said the ban will come into force on 18 March and will last two weeks.

Georgia bans entry for all foreign citizens over coronavirus fears

The government said the ban will come into force on 18 March and will last two weeks.

US Senate recognises the Armenian Genocide

In a historic vote, the Senate has recognised the mass killings of over 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman authorities from 1915-1923 as genocide. 

US Senate recognises the Armenian Genocide

In a historic vote, the Senate has recognised the mass killings of over 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman authorities from 1915-1923 as genocide. 

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