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Crisis Group: Getting from Ceasefire to Peace in Nagorno-Karabakh

A Russian-brokered deal has silenced the guns in Nagorno-Karabakh, the region disputed for decades by Armenia and Azerbaijan. It falls short, however, of a clear, sustainable peace. The parties and foreign stakeholders should work to ensure that the new arrangements have benefits for all concerned. After six weeks of bloody …
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Why Negotiations Failed

Scholars and intellectuals should not participate in the art of escaping realities and facts, an art that is more characteristic, but no less disastrous, to politicians.
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Common ground: anti-war statement

- De-militarization of the region and firstly of Azerbaijan and Armenia, i.e. offensive weapons should be proportionally and consistently sent to landfills, real ones and the one of history...
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Anti-war Statement of Azerbaijani Leftist Youth

People on both sides have suffered and endured through pandemic and economic recession, trying to keep up with the challenges that the crises brought with itself, and now they are being dragged into a military conflict․․․
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Sad Sad May 1 

On May 1, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan congratulated workers and called on them to demand employers to officially register them as a step enabling the government protect their working rights. Pashinyan emphasized, that despite the sudden crisis, the government will “consistently continue to pursue economic development boosting work and working …
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What The Virus Said

You’d do well, dear humans, to stop your ridiculous calls for war. Lower the vengeful looks you’re aiming at me. Extinguish the halo of terror in which you’ve enveloped my name. Since the bacterial genesis of the world...
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