Tag Archives: Serzh Sargsyan

Khojaly Massacre and Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

After 23 years, emotions still run high in Azerbaijan and Armenia over the mass killings in Khojaly and the identity of the perpetrators of this war crime. What is it about the tragedy that still stirs intense feelings in the two countries and how does it impact the prospects for peaceful resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict?

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Armenia’s Security Dilemma Brings it to Eurasian Union

Developments in the aftermath of bilateral talks between Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Sept. 3 are being commented on by the media and Caucasia experts in Turkey. During the meeting, Armenia expressed interest in joining the Customs Union created by Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan and in the Eurasian Economic Union that will be created in …

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