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News, Report, Analysis: October 2012
RIANOVOSTI, October 11, 2012
Reopening of Karabakh Airport Threatens Fragile Peace
Business New Europe October 2, 2012
Nagorno Karabakh Airport Reopens, but flight delayed
APA, October 15, 2012
Eric Rubin: “Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict must be solved in a peaceful way, diplomatic talk must be continued”
Euraisanet, October 5, 2012
Azerbaijan:Ramil Safarov and making of an Anti-hero
Taylor & Frances Online
A broken region: The persistent failure of integration projects in the South Caucasus
Commonspace.eu – September 28, 2012
Even “doing a Minsk” is now impossible. The co-Chair of the OSCE Minsk process “expressed their concern over the lack of tangible progress”
Atlantic Council October 01, 2012
Russia’s Aims and Priorities in Nagorno-Karabakh
European Policy Center, 3 October 2012
Security in the South Caucasus: the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the frontline communities
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