Azerbaijan

In anticipation of adverse publicity against Turkey, its government has gone to great lengths, every year, on the eve of April 24, to soften its image before the world. We should be reminded that on April 24, 2015 — the centennial of the[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A mobile billboard truck with ads accusing Armenia of war crimes appeared on April 18 in Cambridge, Mass. at the corner of John F. Kennedy Street and Mount Auburn Street. It was not seen again, at least as of April[...]

STEPANAKERT (RFE/RL) — A senior Nagorno-Karabakh official was sacked on Monday, April 19, hours after criticizing Armenian authorities’ efforts to secure the release of Armenian soldiers and civilians remaining in Azerbaijani[...]

BAKU (azvision.az) – According to an article by Şahane Rehimli in AzVision.az, three sculptors made the wax figures of Armenian military men displayed in Azerbaijan’s new War Trophy Park in Baku. The article includes an interview with[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Armenian officials accused Azerbaijan on Friday, April 9, of reneging on a pledge to free Armenian soldiers and civilians remaining in Azerbaijani captivity five months after a Russian-brokered ceasefire stopped the[...]

By Abdullah Bozkurt The Turkish president signed a bill on a defense industry cooperation agreement with Azerbaijan that will pave the way for the testing of jointly produced weapons and defense systems in the territories of both[...]

The flight arriving from Baku to Yerevan on April 8 was expected to be laden with hope for the families of Armenian prisoners of war who are still held captive in Azerbaijan. But those families had to face a huge disappointment as no[...]

YEREVAN (mfa.am) – On April 12, with the participation of the president of Azerbaijan a “park” dedicated to Artsakh war was opened in Baku, where along with the Armenian military equipment the mannequins of the servicemen of the[...]

Turkey’s foreign policy establishment is working overtime to convince the Biden Administration to abstain, like its predecessors, from using the term genocide during the annual commemoration on April 24. Relations between the US and[...]

By Paul Vartan Sookiasian Special to the Mirror-Spectator The recent war in the Nagorno-Karabakh region has had some unexpected outcomes, with many on both sides asking, after all the death and destruction, where do we go from here? One of[...]