Azerbaijan

‘Jesus Was Turkish’: the Bizarre Resurgence of Pseudo-Turkology

The Bizarre Resurgence of Pseudo-Turkology

On the margins of capitalism or in the furnace of communism, Turkic peoples have borne the brunt of modernity’s failures and experienced few of its successes. Ancient history, invented or otherwise, offers a refuge.

Germany’s ‘Gray Wolves’ and Turkish Radicalization

Turkish 'Gray Wolves' Haunt Europe

Calls within the EU to designate the Ülkü Ocaklari, also known by the moniker “Gray Wolves,” as a terrorist group are portrayed as a crackdown on Turkish far-right extremism. But it raises questions on broader issues about assimilation and inclusion of Turkish immigrants in Europe.

War and Wine in Karabakh

War and Wine in Karabakh

The bottles of a local wine once produced in a region that today is under Azerbaijani control have become a rare piece for collectors. For Armenians, they´re also a stark reminder of what was lost in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Karlos Zurutuza,
Gilad Sade
The Syrian Armenians Who Fled One War Zone For Another

The Syrian Armenians Who Fled One War Zone For Another

For Syrian Armenians, the apparent entry of their compatriots into the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict seems to confirm all their suspicions about the role of Turkey, which also supported rebel factions in Syria, and that the true purpose of helping Azerbaijan retake territory is Turkish irredentism.

Tom Mutch
How Azerbaijan Won the Karabakh War

How Azerbaijan Won the Karabakh War

While Azerbaijanis are happy a significant amount of territory has been returned to their country’s control, some are concerned that they’ve traded Armenian occupation for a Russian presence.

Simon Ostrovsky
Armenia’s Miscalculations in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenia’s Miscalculations in Nagorno-Karabakh

Russia won't defend Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh. It's why Azerbaijan is winning

Simon Ostrovsky