by | Oct 25, 2019

The outcry was swift and sharp following the October 16 SEAL Team episode, whose plot featured Navy SEALs on a mission to retake an Azerbaijani power plant from suspected “Armenian loyalists” who were later identified as Iranian forces. Armenian media…

by | Oct 2, 2019

While strategic alliances are crucial for ensuring any nation’s safety and security, they are particularly indispensable for relatively small countries. Israel, which has long faced diplomatic isolation and hostility among its neighbors, has relied on its relationships with the U.S….

by | Jul 3, 2018

Near the close of the last century, as the Soviet Union imploded upon its own weight, dysfunction, and corruption, independent states began to emerge out of the ashes. Each with its own chance for true independence, economic achievement and a…

by | Mar 24, 2017

Boko Haram terrorizes large swaths of Nigeria. The Chinese terrorize the Tibetans. The North Koreans terrorize their own populace. Iran terrorizes anyone, at all, who opposes its repressive totalitarian/theocratic world view. Seemingly, everyone terrorizes the many ethnic minorities that comprise…

by | Feb 15, 2017

Foreword: Nagorno-Karabakh: The Long Frozen Conflict and the World It Affects, by Jason Katz Azerbaijan and Armenia have been locked in a “frozen conflict” for a half century with no peaceful resolution in sight. This conflict, were it to turn…

by | Dec 8, 2016

For years, the Armenian-American lobby has hyped its own importance by insisting that U.S. policy in Eurasia follow its narrow ethnic agenda. Similarly, it demands that the U.S. put Armenian ethnic interests as a pillar in approaching the Middle East….

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