War broke out in Karabakh in early April 2016 resulting in more than 200 deaths on both sides. What happened at the time and what has changed since then?
On the positions of the Armenian and Azerbaijani sides after the Vienna meeting
Pashinyan said that the parties are trying to understand each other’s positions, while Aliyev noted negotiations have been given new impetus, but the format will remain the same
The Azerbaijani soldier was sentenced to two years in prison for illegally crossing the border of Nagorno-Karabakh in 2017
Nikol Pashinyan does not consider the meeting held during the World Economic Forum in Davos to be an ‘official start to negotiations’ with Ilham Aliyev.
The Nagorny Karabakh dialect is now not only spoken, but sold as a brand
Residents in an Armenian village still maintain an Azerbaijani cemetery and a monument honouring Azerbaijanis who fell in World War Two
Chronicles of war, stories and portraits
A Baku perspective
Armenian journalist and writer Mark Grigorian recounts his experience of the Karabakh conflict in a series of essays.
"Karabakh President Bako Sahakyan's rule is nearing its end," local experts say
Armenian journalist and writer Mark Grigoryan writes about his experiences on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
The recognition of Karabakh, its inclusion in the negotiation process and Armenian-Turkish relations without preconditions are some of the topics which will be the new Armenian premier’s priorities
Armenian journalist and writer Mark Grigoryan on his experience of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
Armenian journalist and writer Mark Grigorian recounts his experience of the Karabakh conflict in a series of essays
Including general information on the conflict itself
The first serious Armenian-Azerbaijani clashes occurred in 1990
According to local officials, 5% of Karabakh still has mines