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SOUTH CAUCASUS: IMPACT OF UKRAINE DEVELOPMENTS ON REGIONAL COUNTRIES

SOUTH CAUCASUS: IMPACT OF UKRAINE DEVELOPMENTS ON REGIONAL COUNTRIES

upa-admin Mart 29, 2014 0

The possible implications of the change of the government in Ukraine on the former Soviet countries are thought to be a topical issue. Possible results of the West-Russia confrontation are interesting in this context.

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UKRAINE: THE STRUGGLE OF SUPERPOWERS AND DANGEROUS SCENARIOS

UKRAINE: THE STRUGGLE OF SUPERPOWERS AND DANGEROUS SCENARIOS

upa-admin Mart 24, 2014 0

One of the largest countries in Eastern Europe, Ukraine, is now experiencing hard times, with reports putting the country on the brink of chaos. The West and Russia are sensitive about what is happening

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KHOJALI GENOCIDE IS A CRIME AGAINST MANKIND

KHOJALI GENOCIDE IS A CRIME AGAINST MANKIND

upa-admin Şubat 26, 2014 0

The policy of genocide and aggression has been pursued by the Armenian nationalists against our people for more than two hundred years. This policy was aimed at driving the Azerbaijanis out of their lands

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ARMENIA-EU: CONTRADICTORY OVERLAPPING NUANCES – PART II

ARMENIA-EU: CONTRADICTORY OVERLAPPING NUANCES – PART II

upa-admin Şubat 11, 2014 0

Media speculates about recent deterioration of Yerevan-Brussels relations. In the meantime, other evident trends are being talked upon. Namely, that Europe pushes for cooperation with Armenia in certain areas, and this is thought-provoking in

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YEAR 2013: FOREMOST GEOPOLITICAL EVENTS

YEAR 2013: FOREMOST GEOPOLITICAL EVENTS

upa-admin Ocak 19, 2014 0

Last year was memorable due to many events. Contradictions, crises and armed clashes were registered in different parts of the world and some thought-provoking aspects have surfaced in the relations between major powers. Azerbaijan

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EU-TURKEY RELATIONS IN 2014: GETTING OFF TO A GOOD START?

EU-TURKEY RELATIONS IN 2014: GETTING OFF TO A GOOD START?

upa-admin Ocak 1, 2014 9

The most optimistic scenarios foresaw that Turkey could become an EU member around the year 2014 if Turkey’s domestic reforms were ambitious enough and the EU would have had a clear political will to

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ARMENIA BETWEEN “RUSSIAN HAMMER” AND “WESTERN ANVIL”

ARMENIA BETWEEN “RUSSIAN HAMMER” AND “WESTERN ANVIL”

upa-admin Kasım 20, 2013 0

Debate goes on about the potential outcome of official Yerevan’s decision to join the Customs Union (CU). Armenian experts primarily criticize the leadership of the country on this issue. They have become sensitive in

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THE FORGOTTEN CONFLICT

THE FORGOTTEN CONFLICT

upa-admin Kasım 15, 2013 0

Renowned Swiss journalist Andre Widmer has just seen his book titled “The Forgotten Conflict”, dedicated to the Armenia-Azerbaijan, Nagorno Karabakh conflict, published. The book is based on materials compiled by the author during his

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WESTERN PRESSURE ON ISRAEL WHILE ARMENIA EVADES THE “SPOTLIGHT”

WESTERN PRESSURE ON ISRAEL WHILE ARMENIA EVADES THE “SPOTLIGHT”

upa-admin Ağustos 11, 2013 0

Recently, the U.S. and European Union have been taking steps towards just resolution of the Jewish-Arab conflict. President Obama and Secretary Kerry are intensely engaging both parties. European Union adopts concrete decisions aiming to

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AZERBAIJAN, TURKMENISTAN AND KAZAKHSTAN: THE THREE PROMISING HYDROCARBON STATES OF THE CASPIAN REGION

AZERBAIJAN, TURKMENISTAN AND KAZAKHSTAN: THE THREE PROMISING HYDROCARBON STATES OF THE CASPIAN REGION

upa-admin Temmuz 29, 2013 0

Azerbaijan: A Brief Information of the Country’s Energy Policy As a land­locked energy exporter, Azerbai­jan’s oil export infrastructure crosses neighboring states before accessing world markets.[1] Baku’s preference of an east-west route through Georgia and

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