In Yerevan, protests have not subsided for several days demanding the resignation of Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan. Protests in the Armenian capital began on May 9. Since then, every day the police detains dozens of people dissatisfied with ...

The Black Sea is getting more and more into the focus of world politics, due to its long enduring conflicts in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan as well as around Ukraine. The Parliamentarian Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization ...

Negotiations in the Caucasus between Armenia and Azerbaijan continue. But due to the great geopolitical importance of the region, outside powers, especially the United States and the European Union, intervene in the process, seeking, according to experts, to encircle Russia. ...

United World International author Mehmet Perinçek gave an interview to the Azerbaijani site Day.Az about Yerevan’s appeal to the UN Security Council with a complaint against Azerbaijan. We present the interview, published in Russian, to our readers translated into English. The ...

Since the beginning of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Egypt has taken a neutral position, in light of its strong relations with the two countries. Therefore, its diplomacy was constantly keen to stress the need to end the dispute ...

United World International expert Mehmet Perinçek provided an interview to the Azerbaijani news outlet minval.az. Perinçek spoke about the exclusion of the West from the Southern Caucasus and the rapproachment between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Below we present the interview as ...

After the 44-day Second Karabakh War in 2020, the political landscape has changed, not only in the South Caucasus, but in the world as a whole. The reality is that international legal norms are not as effective as they once ...

It seems that the lasting peace in the South Caucasus is difficult to achieve yet, and there are objective and subjective reasons for this. Certain forces, both inside and outside the region are not interested in establishing long-term peace and ...

United World International expert Mehmet Perinçek spoke to the Azerbaijani news outlet Vesti.az on the situation in the southern Caucasus and a possible normalization between Turkey and Armenia. Below we document the interview as published by Vesti.az. The subtitles are ...

After the 44-day Second Karabakh War, the military-political balance has changed not only in the South Caucasus, but also all over the world. The United States and Europe no longer have a role to play in resolving conflicts around the ...