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23 August, 2018
Introduction Despite the indefinite ceasefire regime that has existed since May 1994 between the parties to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the situation remains tense along the contact line of the Defense Army of the unrecognized Republic of Artsakh and the Azerbaijani Armed Forces, as well as along the Armenia-Azerbaijan interstate border.     
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23 August, 2018
The Risks of the Resumption of Military Actions For already 24 years, two countries – Armenia and Azerbaijan – have been living in a state of neither peace nor war. Such a status quo was made possible, thanks to the 1994 ceasefire agreement. Although all these years the truce was repeatedly violated by both sides, there were no major changes along the contact line.
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06 August, 2018
Since May 1994, Azerbaijan and Armenia have been living in a state of "neither peace, nor war". This condition could not but affect the mood in the societies. From "the war to a victorious end" to "we have lost the battle, but not the war" In the period of active confrontation (including the use of military force) from 1988 to 1994, the society preferred the slogan of "a war to its victorious end". 
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23 July, 2018
If we consider 1988 our reference point, our conflict is almost 30 years old. Only a few months short. Until 1992, that is, before the official collapse of the USSR, the Karabakh conflict developed "in an autonomous mode." Immediately after the collapse of the USSR, this conflict became another nuisance for the international community.  
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23 July, 2018
In the recent years the pendulum of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has been fluctuating between war and peace in an increasingly unhindered, acute and unexpected manner, approaching the highest peak of risk level. In particular, during the four-day April war it had almost approached the scenario of a large-scale war, which, if unfolded, would render all the parties to the conflict and the region unable to come out of the post-conflict rehabilitation stage for decades.
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04 June, 2018
On May 22-23 an online conference "The Karabakh Conflict in the Context of Political Processes in Armenia and Azerbaijan - 2018" was held on the Public Dialogues website  The conference was organized within the framework of the “Public Dialogues for Communication between Armenian and Azerbaijani Specialists” project, implemented by the Region Research Center.  
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06 March, 2018
This project aims to study the characteristics of media coverage with regard to the attitudes persisting in various strata of the Armenian society towards the “nation-army” concept, officially proclaimed and practically implemented in the life of the country since the end of 2016, but legislatively brought to public attention in autumn 2017.          
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20 March, 2017
The study has been conducted by “Region” Research Center within the framework of “The Armenian Online Media and Facebook Platforms in 2017 Parliamentary Elections” project, implemented with the support of European Endowment for Democracy (EED).       
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21 February, 2017
Online Media and Facebook Platforms in 2017 Armenian Parliamentary Elections is a new research  peoject of the "Region" Research Center.  See more: http://www.regioncenter.info/en/node/1511  
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