The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Between Armenia and Azerbaijan

the roots of the problem and prospects for a settlement


Author: Ramiz Mehdiyev more .. less ..
Co-author(s): Sharg-Garb Publishing House
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Pages: 60
Language: English
Publication date: 25/08/2020
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The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Between Armenia and Azerbaijan
On 12 may this year it was the 25th anniversary of the agreement of a ceasefire in the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh. When it concluded this extremely important agreement, Azerbaijan expected the cessation of military operations along the line of contact to create favourable conditions for a more active negotiation process and to help to achieve a political solution to the conflict in the near future.
However, the destructive policy of the Armenia ruling circles, backed by radical nationalist segments of society, and the diaspora, posed a major obstacle on the way. All these years, The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has been and remains a serious threat to peace and security in the region, preventing the South Caucasus countries from achieving full-fledged cooperation.
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Ramiz Anvar oglu Mehdiyev born April 17, 1938, is an Azerbaijani politician and academician who is the current President of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan and who served as the Head of the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan from 1994 to 2019.
Ramiz Mehdiyev is the author of over 250 scientific articles on social phenomena, economic development, and philosophy and dialectics, focusing on the post-Soviet development of Azerbaijan.
He has also published over 20 books, 7 of which have been translated to different languages.

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