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Iran tries to deescalate conflict between Armenia, Azerbaijan

Iran has called for calm following the increase in tension between its northwestern neighbors Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Al-Monitor Staff | Iran | September 28, 2020

Turkey holds joint military drills with Azerbaijan amid Armenia conflict

Azerbaijan and Armenia, long at odds, have been fighting in the strategic Tavush-Tovuz border area; Turkey has threatened to intervene on the side of Azerbaijan.

Al-Monitor Staff | | July 31, 2020

The Takeaway: It’s time to get ‘clear-eyed’ about Russian threat to US forces, says US Rep. Elissa Slotkin

Highlights: Slotkin, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, discusses US policy in the Middle East in new podcast; Three reasons Erdogan says he backs Azerbaijan ‘till the end’ in conflict with Armenia; Israeli Knesset moves to outlaw gay conversion therapy.

Andrew Parasiliti | | July 22, 2020

Will Azeri-Armenian flare-up change energy game in South Caucasus?

Azeri-Armenian clashes in the strategically significant Tavush area could be the harbinger of tectonic changes in the energy politics in the South Caucasus, Turkey and Iran.

Metin Gurcan | Turkey | July 22, 2020

Is Erdogan after a Caucasus adventure?

Ankara’s harsh outbursts in favor of Baku in Azerbaijan’s rekindled conflict with Armenia might be aimed at domestic consumption as well as pressuring Russia into concessions in Libya and Syria.

Fehim Tastekin | Turkey | July 18, 2020

Turkish defense minister vows to 'avenge' Azerbaijanis killed in Armenian attacks

As clashes fare between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Ankara has warned Yerevan that Turkey will not let aggression against its ethnic Turkic kin go unpunished.

Amberin Zaman | | July 16, 2020

Intel: Why Armenia wants to make peace with Turkey

Armenia’s reformist prime minister says he’s ready to establish relations with Turkey after his bloc won a landslide victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections. Nikol Pashinian, a former journalist who was swept into power in May after leading mass protests that forced out his predecessor, said his government was ready to forge ties “without preconditions” with Armenia’s historic...

Al-Monitor Staff | Turkey | December 12, 2018

Turkey becomes more dependent on Russia due to Idlib

Ankara has not reacted to large Russian arms shipments to Armenia as Turkey’s current priority is preserving security cooperation with Russia in Syria, particularly in Idlib.

Metin Gurcan | Turkey | July 31, 2018

Armenian-Turkish lawmaker targeted as Erdogan courts far-right

Ethnic Armenian lawmaker Garo Paylan is facing charges of "insulting the Turkish nation" and its president as Turkish prosecutors work to revoke his parliamentary immunity from prosecution.

Amberin Zaman | Turkey | May 17, 2018

Iran, Azerbaijan warm up ties after years of frost

While Iran and Azerbaijan have had relatively chilly relations in past decades, the two neighbors finally appear to be on the path to closer ties.

Saeid Jafari | Iran | February 12, 2018