Eastern Europe

The Prospects of Reunification of Azerbaijani People: Ideal World vs Real World

Back in April of 2023, 32 members of the Knesset sent a letter to the Israeli foreign minister urging him to provide international support...

Azerbaijan Explores New Frontiers in its Foreign Policy Landscape

Following the presidential elections in Azerbaijan, its re-elected President Ilham Aliyev, paid his first official visit to Germany to attend the Munich Security Conference....

Western Volunteer Combat Troops for Ukraine and Asymmetrical Warfare at Sea

Until Russia understands that their current path will lead to a general war with the West, there will be no lasting peace in Europe. ...

Can NATO Prevent Tides Turning in Russian Favour in the Third Year of War in Ukraine?

As the war in Ukraine completes two years, Russia seems emboldened by success in capturing Avdivka and seems to be advancing westwards near Avdiivka,...

Azerbaijan’s Exemplary Electoral Process in 2024

On the cool February air of 2024, Azerbaijan showcased to the world a splendid show of democracy. The nation’s election went without hitches or...

Assessing the ‘Middle Corridor’ in a Risky World

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos on January 18th, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili affirmed his government’s commitment to developing the “middle...

Zangezur corridor: A catalyst for stability in the South Caucasus

As Azerbaijan and Armenia head into 2024, the hopes are high that these two South Caucasus nations will finally achieve peace. The protracted conflict...

Azerbaijan and the UAE have elevated their bilateral relations to a strategic level

UAE President Seikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan paid his first official visit to the South Caucasus to Azerbaijan on January 9. This visit...

President Aliyev Outlines Azerbaijan’s Post-Karabakh Vision

On January 8, President Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan outlined his country’s primary objectives, priorities, and current challenges for the upcoming year in an interview...

The Failures of International Law: What Nagorno-Karabakh Taught Us About Ethnic Cleansing

In a matter of days, homes were vacated, shops closed down, and churches heard their last prayers. The ethnic cleansing of Armenians from their...

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