Nagorno-Karabakh: Victory of London and Ankara, Defeat of Soros and the Armenians

Nagorno-Karabakh: Victory of London and Ankara, Defeat of Soros and the Armenians

After 44 days of war, Armenia was forced to sign a ceasefire with Azerbaijan, acknowledging the loss of part of its territories. However, as we reported in the form of an interrogation, the initial plan of the United States was to blame Turkey, let it massacre part of the Armenian population, then intervene, overthrow President…

Should Armenia’s Pashinyan Be Overthrown or Remain in Power?

Should Armenia’s Pashinyan Be Overthrown or Remain in Power?

The political future of Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan is uncertain after his country’s sudden surrender in the Nagorno-Karabakh War sparked large-scale protests against him, but even though he’s taken full responsibility for this unpopular decision and was also arguably responsible for misleading the masses into wrongly thinking that their side was winning the war up…

Armenian-Azeri Dispute Offers Another Russia-Bashing Opportunity

Armenian-Azeri Dispute Offers Another Russia-Bashing Opportunity

No matter what a given person or entity does, some will always find fault, on account of having an overly biased and logic defying stance. Columbia University academic David Phillips’ November 15 National Interest piece “Armenia Was Forced to Sign a Ceasefire Agreement with a Gun to Its Head“, finds blame with all of the…

The Karabakh War Is Over. The Crisis Is Not. What Comes Next?

The Karabakh War Is Over. The Crisis Is Not. What Comes Next?

First, I want to begin this analysis by posting the full translation of an article posted yesterday by the Russian webzine Vzgliad.  I materially don’t have the time to make my own translation, so what I will post is just a minimally retouched machine translation, I apologize for this. original Russian text: https://vz.ru/world/2020/11/12/1070326.html Five main…

Analytical Reflections: Learning from the Nagorno-Karabakh Fiasco

Analytical Reflections: Learning from the Nagorno-Karabakh Fiasco

The sudden conclusion of the Nagorno-Karabakh War is the perfect time to reflect on why the analytical community got it so wrong about that conflict, both in terms of its dynamic developments and ultimate outcome, all with the intent of learning some hard lessons that might hopefully reduce the likelihood of so many avoidable professional…