Topic: Karabakh blockade

BERLIN — In the wake of growing protest actions by human rights groups in several European countries, public awareness of the dimensions and dangers inherent in the Nagorno-Karabakh crisis has been increasing. Major press organs and[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenians of Artsakh have been suffering direly due to the Azerbaijani blockade since December 12. After over a month, though this humanitarian crisis worsens, nominal international efforts to lift the blockade have not[...]

SAN FRANCISCO — On Thursday, December 29, a virtual town hall, hosted by the San Francisco Bay Area Artsakh Task Force, attempted to bring together the community on the blockade crisis in Artsakh. The topic of the panel was the recent[...]

By Lilit Ovsepyan Street artists from Armenia and Russia have created graffiti and stickers with the symbol of Artsakh the monument We Are Our Mountains, accompanied by the slogan Free Artsakh. The purpose of the action is to draw public[...]

WASHINGTON — This week Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), Vice-Chair of the Congressional Caucus for Armenian Issues, spearheaded a letter signed by 29 Members of Congress, requesting President Biden to break Azerbaijan’s blockade of Artsakh,[...]

YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — Several countries issued statements as a result of the Azerbaijani blockade of the only road connecting Karabakh and Armenia. “France condemns the obstruction of traffic through the corridor connecting[...]

NEW YORK (Azatutyun) — UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has added his voice to the international community’s calls for the opening of the Lachin corridor connecting Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia. A section of the vital road has been[...]

By Joshua Kucera As the blockade of Nagorno-Karabakh drags on, the performance of the Russian peacekeepers charged with providing security on the road in and out of the territory is coming under closer scrutiny than ever before. And the[...]

Global political players prey on and use the misery of smaller nations to score political gains. In the case of Kosovo, the West was vitally interested to break up the former Yugoslavia and even used NATO forces to create a Muslim nation[...]

MINNEAPOLIS — The most recent gut-punch to the Armenian psyche happened this past week, with the double-whammy of the blocking of the Lachin Corridor, the only road connecting Armenia and Karabakh (Artsakh) and the cutting off of gas to[...]