Archive for Tag Archives: ' Russia'

Baku Network, Russia’s Lev Gumilev Center ink co-op deal (PHOTO)

A cooperation agreement was signed in Baku between the Expert Council of the Baku International Policy and Security Network (Baku Network) and Russia’s Lev Gumilev Center. The agreement was signed by Director of the Lev Gumilov [...]

BAKU MEETING OF U.S., RUSSIAN MILITARY CHIEFS

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev received on February 16 a delegation led by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the U.S. Department of Defense Joseph Dunford. The successful development of bilateral relations between Azerbaijan [...]

FM: Cooperation within Azerbaijan-Turkey-Russia format to strengthen stability in region

The cooperation within the trilateral Azerbaijan-Turkey-Russia format can strengthen the stability in South Caucasus region, said Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu. The minister’s remarks came as a response to the question of Elkhan Alasgarov, PhD, head [...]

Nuclear trouble in Azerbaijan

Russian missiles in Armenia threaten western energy interests The Caucasus Mountains that run between the Black and Caspian Seas could soon turn into a nuclear flash point because of dangerous saber-rattling by Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan. [...]

Another Perspective

America’s Political Frankenstein Interfering in other countries’ domestic politics is coming back to haunt the U.S., as Russia’s good friend Rep. Adam Schiff could tell you. President Trump’s tweets, albeit often confusing, increasingly dominate America’s information [...]

THREE GOALS OF TRUMP’S AIRSTRIKE IN SYRIA

By launching cruise missiles against the Syrian Air Force base, the United States pursued three political goals: to demonstrate its superior power, to try to intimidate China and to end suspicions that Russia can influence President [...]

Baku hosts roundtable on 25th anniversary of Azerbaijan-Russia ties – PHOTO

A round table entitled “Russia-Azerbaijan: 25 Years of Diplomatic Relations: Partnership Strategy” kicked off in Baku April 3, organized by the North-South Political Center and Baku International Policy and Security Network (Baku Network) analytical center jointly [...]

THE INFLUENCE OF SYRIAN TALKS ON THE SOUTH CAUCASUS

The intra-Syrian talks in Astana on January 23 resulted from active diplomatic efforts by Russia, Turkey and Iran. Currently the three are synchronizing their diplomacy and military operations in the Syrian conflict. Despite the tangled web [...]

Why Turkey has stopped trying to depose Syria’s Assad

Turkey is destined to remain confined to Syria’s northwest region focusing on keeping IS away from its border and Kurds contained, while leaving Assad’s future to negotiations, writes Paul Iddon. Just three days before the Astana [...]

This Is the Arms Race from Hell (And Russia Is Adding Fuel to the Fire)

A fraught arms race, involving ballistic missiles, helicopter gunships, multiple rocket systems and even nuclear material smuggling, has escalated to the brink of war this year. The contenders: Armenia and Azerbaijan, two states with populations roughly [...]