The Caucasus Concerned over Born-Again Russians
Russia's April 21 offer to turn into Russians anyone who has lived on the territory of the former Soviet Union or Russian Empire and speaks Russian fluently has got the South Caucasus on edge.
Azerbaijan Arrests Prominent Journalist For Espionage
Rauf Mirkadyrov, a commentator for the independent Russian-language daily "Zerkalo," was taken into custody by security personnel at Baku's Heydar Aliyev airport on April 19 after being deported from Turkey, where he had lived with his family for the past three years.
The Two EUs Race to the Finish in the Caucasus
Armenia may now sign on to the Moscow-led Eurasian Union by the end of April, roughly a month before neighboring Georgia is slated to enter a free-trade and political pact with the European Union.
US-Armenia: Evolution Of Bilateral Relations
ARMENIA: EVOLUTION OF BILATERAL RELATIONS By Samson Martirosyan on April 8, 2014 The Armenian Weekly March 2014 Magazine: Armenia's Foreign Policy in Focus The U.S. was quick in acknowledging the independence of the Soviet breakaway countries, and was one of the first to acknowledge the Republic of Armenia on Dec. 25, 1991.
Armenia should liberate occupied Azerbaijani land :UN top official
Armenia should observe UN resolutions and decisions and liberate the occupied Azerbaijani lands, the UN top official said.
Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement as part of international law can lead to peace
The bilateral relations between Azerbaijan and Spain are very good, Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo told Trend on the eve of his official visit to Azerbaijan.