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The past few weeks have been quite tense on the Armenian-Azerbaijan border, with the two countries waging a full-scale war over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory. This piece of land, located right at the border of these two countries, has been a bone of contention between Armenia and Azerbaijan for decades. Both states consider the territory… Continue reading

  As history has shown us, nobody really cares about the Middle East and the people that inhabit that area. It’s all about geopolitics and interests and you can usually see that if you follow the trail of money that the Western democracies leave behind after they intervene in „failed” countries, such as Libya. The… Continue reading

A French-led military initiative   On 17 March 2011, United Nations Security Council adopted French-proposed Resolution 1973 on the situation in Libya. The resolution formed the legal basis for military intervention in the Libyan civil war,