Russian-Israeli blogger defeats Azerbaijan's Karabakh blacklist

A picture taken on February 7, 2017, shows Russian-Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin upon his landing in Baku after being extradicted from Belarus to Azerbaijan. AFP PHOTO / TOFIK BABAYEV

Azerbaijan’s grand experiment of scaring everyone with its blacklist and making the Russian-Israeli blogger Alexander Lapshin an example has failed spectacularly. All kudo’s go to Lapshin, of course. What a guy! But let’s start from the beginning, shall we?

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Nagorno-Karabakh -- An Armenian soldier of Karabakh Defense Army smiles after the cease-fire deal is announced, 05Apr2016

Fragile Truce Holds in Karabakh

This video screenshot of a smiling Armenian soldier somewhere in the southern part of the line of contact between Armenian and Azerbaijani militaries has made my day. It marks the end of the nightmare, the end of 3 days of violent clashes, it reaffirms the promise that there’s no military solution to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and it signifies hope that peace is possible… Continue reading<span class="screen-reader-text"> "Fragile Truce Holds in Karabakh"</span>

Armenian FM Blasts Azerbaijan at UN General Assembly for Safarov's Release

USA -- Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian addresses UN General Assembly, New York, 01Oct2012
USA — Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian addresses UN General Assembly, New York, 01Oct2012

Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian took his time at the General Debate of the 67th Session of the UN General Assembly, to once again draw attention of the international community to the pre-term release Azerbaijani axe-murderer Ramil Safarov and his glorification by the official Baku. Continue reading “Armenian FM Blasts Azerbaijan at UN General Assembly for Safarov's Release”

U.S. Intelligence Official: Fighting could flare between Armenia and Azerbaijan

Admiral Dennis Cutler Blair, 3rd Director of National Intelligence

A top U.S. intelligence official has indicated, that the situation in the Caucasus could get tense with fighting erupting between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence held an open hearing on 2 February 2010, entitled “Current and Projected Threats to the United States,” as the latest in an annual series of hearings examining US national security issues.
In his testimoney before the Senate Committee the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dennis C. Blair made some noteworthy remarks concerning the Caucasus and Armenia. Admiral Blair, speciically, noted, that the unresolved conflicts of the Caucasus provide the most likely flashpoints in the Eurasia region. Continue reading “U.S. Intelligence Official: Fighting could flare between Armenia and Azerbaijan”

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