What is known about the upcoming talks in Chisinau between the Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of Azerbaijan, the expectations of Western mediators, as well as the opinion of a political scientist
The Armenian authorities say that the same issues are being discussed on all platforms, but experts say that the approaches and emphasis on them are different. Commentary by political scientist Stepan Grigoryan
According to political scientist Tigran Grigoryan, Aliyev is trying to solve two problems: to show that he is ready for a dialogue with representatives of Nagorno-Karabakh, but to exclude the creation of a new international format
Armenian experts consider all meetings to normalize relations important, though they doubt their effectiveness.
A detailed analysis of what is happening in the region, the main "players" and their interests, and assumptions about how events may develop.
How Armenia reacted to Aliyev's statement, and the comments of analysts from Yerevan.
The negotiations lasted approximately four hours. Both the Prime Minister of Armenia and the President of Azerbaijan refused to speak with journalists about the outcome of the meeting
“Perhaps a document will be signed in Brussels” - why EU Special Representative visits South Caucasus
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"Just because we are paying a lot of attention to the Russian-Ukrainian war does not mean that we are not paying attention to other issues" - US Assistant Secretary of State in Yerevan
"Western involvement in the region significantly weakens Russia" - Armenian experts discuss Russia's influence and the role of the West in the South Caucasus
The third Pashinyan-Aliyev meeting in Brussels took place - here's what we know so far and how Armenian and Azerbaijani experts assess it
Why did 30 years of Minsk Group's monopoly on negotiations end and what to expect next?
Will Russia remain the main mediator in the settlement of the Karabakh conflict, or will Turkey take its place?
European Council President Charles Michel and Pashinyan-Aliyev talks in Brussels - here is what we know so far accrodring to the official reports from Baku and Yerevan
Tomorrow, the second over the last 6 months meeting of Azerbaijani President, Armenian PM and European Council President will take place in Brussels. What do Yerevan and Baku expect from negotiations?
A possible signing, or at least the start of negotiations on the Armenian-Azerbaijani peace agreement is actively discussed both in Yerevan and Baku
Azerbaijan intends to detain NKR President Arayik Harutyunyan, whom Baku accuses of overseeing the 2020 shelling of Ganja
Yerevan welcomes the immediate deployement of the UNESCO mission to Nagorno-Karabakh in order to prevent the removal of Armenian insciptions from churches which Azerbaijan considers Albanian