ALEXAN HAKOBYAN – THE STATUS-QUO IN NAGORNO-KARABAKH WAS KEPT THROUGH PASSIVE MEANS DURING THESE 20 YEARS

An interview with Alexan Hakobyan, Member of the Karabakh Committee, PhD in History. The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Do we speak more about war than peace? Mr Hakobyan, why at the international level, i.e. in the framework of the OSCE Minsk Group the parties to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict speak about peaceful resolution, yet within the states in […]

THERE WERE RELIGIOUS OVERTONES IN THE NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT, BUT IT WAS POLITICAL IN NATURE – ALEXANDER ATTWOOD

Whilst I will make some comments about how we’ve gone bad in Northern Ireland in recent times, nothing should lead away from the fact that Northern Ireland is a far, far better place now than it has been at any time during my life and that’s nearly 60 years. The end of violence, the creation of the political agreement of 1998 and all the opportunities that came with that are immense and nothing should ever diminish what it is that we as a people have achieved

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