In the video Azerbaijani soldiers are apparently executing six Armenian POWs during its invasion on September 13-14.
Government efforts to shield populations from the energy crisis and rampant inflation have shifted the economic impact to next year, says the EBRD as it downgrades GDP growth forecasts for 2023.
The attacks marked the first time in the three-decade conflict that such heavy fighting has taken place on the territory of Armenia itself.
Armenians could usually rely on favourable coverage from the media of its strategic ally. Following another escalation, that no longer seems to be the case.
"Pelosi's baseless and unfair accusations against Azerbaijan are unacceptable," says Azerbaijani foreign ministry.
Disparate interests of organisation’s member nations meant many major issues of the day could not even be discussed. But there was only one dominant member: China.
The Russia-led security bloc is supposed to oblige members to come to one another’s defence. But its response so far to Azerbaijan’s attack on Armenia has been anaemic.
With the deepening energy crisis in the West triggered by Russia's intervention in Ukraine, European countries including Bulgaria and Serbia are eyeing alternative suppliers for additional natural gas volumes.
Baku wants to use the new balance of power in the South Caucasus to dictate the terms of any peace deal, and appears to be testing Moscow’s willingness to keep the peace in the region.
The new outbreak of fighting tests Russia's relevance in maintaining peace and stability in the South Caucasus and could endanger its growing alliance with Turkey.
Most important discussions and agreements at Samarkand gathering likely to concern regional connectivity, and the odd men out are Russia and Belarus.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan also requested assistance from the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation.
Fears once more raised of a return to a larger confrontation.
As Sofia struggles to secure gas for the winter, caretaker Economy Minister Nikola Stoyanov offers to export electricity to Azerbaijan in exchange for more natural gas.
Closing an exit route. Plus: solicitous Russians and electricity exports. Eurasianet’s weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
Two senior officers under arrest for allegedly organising torture rampage to find Armenian spies.
Europe has approached Azerbaijan as a source of additional gas to eliminate more Russian imports. But how much extra gas the country may provide, beyond the 10 bcm per year it is already sending, will depend on exploration results and Turkish assent.
The West watches on as Erdogan scorns sanctions on the Kremlin. If the law of the trade-off holds, don’t expect any action.
Russian peacekeepers blame Azerbaijan for violating the ceasefire.
Tricky relations with Moscow and Beijing, a destabilised Afghanistan below the region’s soft underbelly and intra-regional rivalries turned a summit into a curate’s egg.