Caspian Basin Central Banks Join the Central Bank Digital Currency Bandwagon
What’s going on today with cryptocurrencies around the Caspian Sea.
Lunch in Paris: Macron and Pashinyan
At a press conference with his Armenian counterpart, the French President’s comments excite news-sites in Yerevan. But is this simply a storm in a tea cup?
Task of Demarcating Armenian-Azerbaijani Border Made More Difficult by Armenian Politicization of the Issue, Russian Analysts Say
Smart Villages and Smart Cities: An Avenue for Reconstruction?
Funding the reconstruction of towns and villages will have to go well beyond replacing the stones and tiles, bricks and mortar of the physical structures. To ensure that people return to their long-lost homes, there will need to be economic opportunity.
The 28th of May
Azerbaijan's "Republic Day": the most powerfully symbolic date in the national calendar?
Poisoned Earth: The Futile Curse of Land Mines
“Today, on land that Azerbaijan regained after the 2020 Second Karabakh War, there are an evil pick-n-mix of landmines, pink-ribboned cluster bombs, grenades, and all. But Armenia is in no mood to give up the locations of this fearful harvest.”
Biden Must Press Armenia to Hand Over Minefield Maps
Mines in Nagorno-Karabakh are killing civilians and troops.
What Do TAP Gas Deliveries from Azerbaijan Mean for European Markets?
TAP will catalyze further infrastructure connectivity in Southeast Europe (SEE) and the western Balkans through the building of new interconnectors.
Canadians and the Caucasus: How We Covered a War
Canadian peacekeepers have learned at great cost that simply drawing a line across the past only goes halfway to making a peaceful present and future.
Armenia Sends Soldiers Back into Karabakh
Such movements observed in February this year, could complicate implementing the trilateral declarations among Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia, thanks to which the military hostilities of the 2020 Second Karabakh War were ended.