Tamim Ehlas: "Glamorous mujahideen don't want to fight"

On May 1, the United States began to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan. In an interview with Vestnik Kavkaza, Afghan historian, chairman of the Association for the Promotion and Development of Youth of Afghanistan Tamim Ehlas noted that until …

Konstantin Kurylev: "Zelensky is on a minefield"

The situation in eastern Ukraine remains tense. Everyone seems to be ready for war. On the one hand, Kiev's motives are quite understandable. It wants to take back its territories. On the other hand, theories are being put forward …

Florian Sengstschmid: "Developing tourist destinations we rely on Azerbaijan's multiculturalism "

Azerbaijan has been growing its tourism economy for the last decade, reaching a record-breaking number of international travelers in 2019. Once the pandemic hit, the country’s tourism board realized they could use this time to emerge even stronger, thanks to Azerbaijan’s offerings that are equipped for a post-Covid-19 world. In 2018, Azerbaijan officially launched its first tourism campaign, after a decade of rising international traveler rates. In 2019, 3 million travelers visited the country, setting a new record for the destination.

Taleh Ziyadov: "The opening of all communications between Armenia and Azerbaijan will boost the economic significance of the region as a whole"

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict ended with a Russian-brokered ceasefire that grants Turkey joint monitoring rights. This framework formalises cooperation between the two regional powers, a development that has significant political implications for Georgia, the US, and the EU, former Georgian Ambassador to US Tedo Japaridze writes in the article Can Armenia and Azerbaijan win peace together? for Brussels Morning