Azerbaijan

UNITED NATIONS (ArmeniaNow) — Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of using its oil wealth to fuel “military adventure” amid mounting tensions between the two South Caucasus countries over a disputed region of[...]

WASHINGTON — The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted last week in favor of the administration’s nominee, Matthew Bryza, to serve as the next US ambassador to Azerbaijan, reported the Armenian Assembly of[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian It looks like the embattled nominee to the position of US Ambassador to Azerbaijan, Matthew Bryza, will be confirmed by the[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator (This is the second and final installment of a story on the arrival and integration of Armenians from Azerbaijan in the US.) NEW YORK — Liana Gazarian, who arrived in August 1994 in the US, stated that[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian As Armenia struggles to improve its sluggish economy, threats of war loom at its borders once[...]

STEPANAKERT (RFE/RL) — President Serge Sargisian downplayed the significance of a new United Nations (UN) resolution on the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict pushed by Azerbaijan as he visited Stepanakert on[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Hundreds of thousands of Armenians fled Azerbaijan in the early[...]

WASHINGTON — The House Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs adopted its Fiscal Year 2011 bill last week, which included $44 million in economic support to Armenia and $10 million in assistance to[...]

GENEVA (PanArmenian.Net) — On the 22nd anniversary of the pogroms of Armenians in Sumgait, the Switzerland-Armenia Association issued a statement reminding the public about the ongoing anti-Armenian policies of Baku and the Azerbaijani[...]

LIDICE, Czech Republic (PanArmenian.Net) — Armenia’s Ambassador to the Czech Republic Ashot Hovakimian visited the Czech village of Lidice, where the Azerbaijani Embassy jointly with the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and the Azer-Czech[...]

By Andrew Higgins DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (Washington Post) — Even by the standards of a city that celebrates extravagance, it was a spectacular shopping spree: In just two weeks early last year, an 11-year-old boy from Azerbaijan[...]