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ANALYSIS - Western media’s approach to Nagorno-Karabakh rife with bias and prejudice

ANALYSIS - Western media’s approach to Nagorno-Karabakh rife with bias and prejudice

Major media outlets continue to play the three monkeys with regard to the just cause of Azerbaijan

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ANALYSIS: Tajikistan: Transition in the cards despite Rahmon winning another term
13.10.2020

ANALYSIS: Tajikistan: Transition in the cards despite Rahmon winning another term

President Rahmon looks to be keeping seat warm for his son Rustam, till economy back on track and pandemic fears end

ANALYSIS - Tussle between provinces, clans annuls Kyrgyzstan poll results
09.10.2020

ANALYSIS - Tussle between provinces, clans annuls Kyrgyzstan poll results

President Jeenbekov offers to resign after southern clans won contentious polls at the cost of northern clans

OPINION - UN and neglected conflict of Kashmir
08.10.2020

OPINION - UN and neglected conflict of Kashmir

World powers need to understand there is no way Kashmir dispute can be settled once and for all except in harmony with people's will

OPINION – Nagorno-Karabakh: an early model for internationally unrecognized entities
08.10.2020

OPINION – Nagorno-Karabakh: an early model for internationally unrecognized entities

In many ways Nagorno-Karabakh served as inspiration, if not a model, for Serbian leadership in former Yugoslavia -- especially Radovan Karadzic’s Bosnian Serb cadre

OPINION - Legacy allows new ruler to turn Kuwait model for Gulf
07.10.2020

OPINION - Legacy allows new ruler to turn Kuwait model for Gulf

Pursuing balanced foreign policy, stressing on mediation, Kuwait is only Gulf country with robust democratic structures