Nagorno-Karabakh

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Personal Representative of the Chairman-in-Office on the Conflict Dealt with by the OSCE Minsk Conference

(OSCE Other Field Activities)
Beginn: 08/95

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Karabakh peace process: clutching at straws? (20.03.2014)

The resumption of high-level Azerbaijan-Armenian meetings is seen as positive, but experts doubt 2014 will bring even incremental progress in the long-running negotiations.

Armenia: Karabakh peace seen as more elusive after Crimea annexation (20.03.2014)

Russia’s escalating confrontation with the West resulting from its annexation of Crimea has thrown long-running international efforts to end the conflict over Nagorno Karabakh into uncertainty.

Azerbaijan-Armenia: No meeting of minds (02.12.2013)

Presidents take a step forward by meeting face to face, but fundamental positions on Karabakh look as immovable as ever.

Azerbaijan, Armenia agree to discuss peace settlement: OSCE (19.11.2013)

"The presidents agreed to advance negotiations toward a peaceful settlement... They agreed to meet again in the months ahead," the OSCE said in a statement after the two leaders met in Vienna.

Interview: Caucasus expert on the Armenian-Azerbaijani 'suicide pact' (11.07.2013)

Thomas de Waal of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace recently launched a revised 10th-anniversary edition of his book "The Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War." It's widely considered the best work in English on the conflict around the ethnic-Armenian...

EU continues to support civil society peace building efforts over Nagorno-Karabakh (06.11.2012)

The European Union has announced the launch of the second phase of the civil society programme European Partnership for the Peaceful Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh (EPNK).

Karabakh re-elects leader as tensions rumble (20.07.2012)

The unrecognised region of Nagorny-Karabakh re-elected leader Bako Sahakyan, amid growing tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia over its status, officials said Friday.