Sunday, 3 April 2016

Understanding Nagorno-Karabakh

The following is material to help understand the historical context of the war in Nagorno-Karabakh betweeen Azerbaijan/Turkey and Armenia

Nagorno Karabakh War Documentary By Roger Kupelian

BETWEEN HUNGER AND FIRE: POWER AT THE EXPENSE OF LIVES (Nagorno Karabakh War documentary, 1991-1992)

The two-series documentary film is about tragic events which took place in 
Karabakh between November 1991 and February 1992. The research group, 
composed of historians, retired politicians and investigative journalists, presents 
compelling evidence about that period, sheds a new light on the blockade of 
Stepanakert, as well as on activities of the political elite of Azerbaijan which let the 
tragic events of Khojaly (now Ivanyan) happen. The archival materials, assembled 
during the investigation, questions a range of traditional speculations and 
manipulations by Azerbaijani government, the media and 'expert community'.

Overall, the film shows how the Aliyev regime, step-by-step, toppled political 
opponents and seized the power in Azerbaijan and has been ruling the country 
for two decades now, silencing all the courageous individuals that dared to tell 
the truth about the incidents in Khojaly village and around Aghdam region.

From back in 2010

End in sight for 20-year Nagorno-Karabakh conflict - RT

It is absolutely essential to understand the genocide of Armenians by Turkey during World War 1

 Armenian Journey - A Story Of An Armenian Genocide

Robert Fisk on the Armenian massacre

The US wants to deny that Turkey's slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians in 1915 was genocide. But the evidence is there, in a hilltop orphanage near Beirut

I dug the bones and skulls of massacred Armenians out of the Syrian desert with my own hands in 1992

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