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The interests of Russia, Turkey and Iran in Karabakh crisis

The interests of Russia, Turkey and Iran in Karabakh crisis

PEJOURNAL - The fire of the Karabakh conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia flared up again in the autumn of 2020. This time, Turkey has more openly supported Azerbaijan than ever before, and this has led to a more serious stance by Russia and Iran. Due to its geopolitical importance in the Caucasus region, Karabakh Conflict-Strategic Thought Institute has facilitated the presence and influence of regional and trans-regional actors. Under the pretext of the opposition of some Armenians to the Karabakh region to belong to Azerbaijan (Karabakh), the region was occupied by Armenia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The…
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The axis of instability: The Azerbaijan-Israel alliance

The axis of instability: The Azerbaijan-Israel alliance

BY: Yeghia Tashjian and Mona Issa PEJOURNAL - Israel functions as a US proxy in the Middle East, pushing for US foreign policy and interest against its enemies – today, Iran is the only country in the region challenging the US and opposing its policies. Iran, an oil-rich country stranded by sanctions, borders with the Persian Gulf which contains the world’s most important oil checkpoint – the Strait of Hormuz. Over 20% of the world’s crude oil supply passes through this checkpoint, making it a to-die-for geostrategic target for the US. Acknowledging resource-rich targets and aspiring to annex them to…
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Azerbaijan-Armenia; Caucasus War

Azerbaijan-Armenia; Caucasus War

BY: Sibel İleana Okumuş PEJOURNAL - Conflicts started in Southern Caucasus in September 27, rapidly turned into a war between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The 26 years of ceasefire that could not solve the problem within the 32 years of enmity of these countries, is still insufficient to maintain the peace. As it was explained in previous article, Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict and Politics In The Region, Nagorno-Karabakh region has been historically controversial. Since the beginning of the conflict between the two countries, it has been an international problem due to the interests of the neighboring countries. And today, the war in the…
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Why is the Zionists seeking to develop tensions in the Caucasus region?

Why is the Zionists seeking to develop tensions in the Caucasus region?

BY: William Holmes PEJOURNAL - Tensions and clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region have resumed amid widespread evidence of the Zionists' provocation to rekindle the crisis between the two countries, both of which have close ties to Tel Aviv.The Zionists' many years of planning to infiltrate and establish a foothold in the Caucasus region is the main reason for blowing up Tel Aviv in the fire of the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan.The escalation of this conflict, while increasing the opportunity for the Zionists' intelligence presence under the pretext of helping the parties to the conflict, will…
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Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict and Politics In The Region

Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict and Politics In The Region

BY: Sibel Ileana Okumus PEJOURNAL - Hard conflict occurred in Tavush between Azerbaijan and Armenia, brought the 30 years of conflict  to the agenda in the international arena. Whether the conflicts will spread to the Nagorno-Karabakh region, the main problem region between the two countries, is a concern. The problems faced by countries in this period and increasing nationalism cause the problems that have been going on for years to appear more violently. The fact that there was a recent conflict between the two countries in 2016 and that the current conflict is at a time when a global crisis…
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Israel provided military information of Azerbaijan to Armenia

Israel provided military information of Azerbaijan to Armenia

PEJOURNAL - An expert on Eurasia said about the reasons for the border tensions between the Republic of Azerbaijan and Armenia: "First of all, it should be said that this conflict, unlike the previous conflicts, did not take place in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, but outside it." The cause of the conflict goes back to the differences between the two countries in the past. There has always been an exchange of fire due to very small conflicts or minor tensions between the two countries. In response to the question why these conflicts between the two countries have increased in…
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