NEWS

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NOV
Reliefweb.int. "The presidents agreed to advance negotiations toward a peaceful settlement... They agreed to meet again in the months ahead," the OSCE said in a statement after the two leaders met in Vienna
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AUG

Nytimes.com. Five years after the Russian-Georgian war captured world attention, the South Caucasus — Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia — continues to face huge challenges

10
AUG
Nytimes.com. MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin held a joint meeting Sunday with the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia, as concerns mount over the escalation of fighting over the South Caucasus region Nagorno-Karabakh
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AUG
News.am. U.S. will continue making every effort to find peaceful resolution of Karabakh conflict, Ambassador to Azerbaijan Richard Morningstar said, commenting on appointment of new Co-Chair of the OSCE Minsk Group
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AUG
Nytimes.com. Azerbaijan and Armenia on Monday both reported more losses in a sharp escalation of fighting over the South Caucasus region Nagorno-Karabakh, with 18 soldiers now confirmed dead
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AUG
Nytimes.com. Azerbaijan and Armenia accused each other on Monday of stoking tensions over the breakaway enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh inside Azerbaijan after a recurrence of fighting last week, although Yerevan said there was no immediate threat of war
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JUN
Carnegieendowment.org. Thomas de Waal launched the tenth anniversary edition of his book Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War. Richard Kauzlarich, former United States ambassador to Azerbaijan, offered comments
21
MAR
IWPR.net. A conference in the Georgian capital Tbilisi in late 2012 discussed ways of getting women more involved in peace efforts, particularly people-to-people diplomacy
14
MAR
Eurasianet.org. In the Georgian village of Ergneti, many still look at the South Ossetian peace process down the barrel of a gun. But villagers and the Georgian government hope that, one day, progress will be measured by growing trade at the local market
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FEB
Humanrights.ge. On February 16-19, dialogue and introductory meetings took place in Erevan in the frame of project For the Transformation of Georgian-Abkhazian and Georgian-Ossetian Conflicts. Georgian, Ossetian, Abkhaz and Armenian (one from Karabakh) young people met in the hotel Universitetskaia in Erevan
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