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© Khabar Online
4 Feb 2017 19:51

Mohsen Pakaeen: 'Azerbaijan has realized the advantages of regional cooperation with Iran and Russia, and will follow the same path during the Trump presidency'

  H.E. Mr. Mohsen Pakaeen, Former Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Republic of Azerbaijan, sat down one week ago with IRAS for a lengthy interview about the Iran-Azerbaijan relations. This interview has been edited for clarity.     The Iranian-Azerbaijani relations ...

© Valdai Discussion Club
16 Jan 2017 17:52

Sergey Markedonov: ‘The current dynamics between Moscow and Ankara does not necessarily mean that the two will work together to form a new alliance’

  Few noticed when intense fighting broke out in early April 2016 in Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed enclave between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Some 50 people were killed over four days, as tanks, helicopters and artillery lit up a long-forgotten front. The revival of the conflict briefly attracted ...

© 168hours
20 Dec 2016 18:02

Vali Kaleji: 'Any participation of Armenia in the Iranian energy plans is inherently valuable'

  Over the past years, Tehran has sought closer economic and political ties with Georgia and Azerbaijan, which have intensified after the sanctions were lifted. In contrast, Iran’s energy pipeline ambitions have hitherto been designed to bypass Armenia due to its deepening dependence on ...

© Alik
6 Dec 2016 18:16

Vali Kaleji: 'Armenian-Iranian relations could set a good example for the world on how Muslim and Christian countries can reach peaceful symbiosis living side by side'

Vali Kaleji, senior fellow at IRAS, sat down a week ago with Tert News Agency for a brief interview about  the importance of the President Rouhani's  upcoming official trip to Armenia and what role Iran could take to resolve the regional conflicts. This interview has been edited for ...

Mohammad Raeisi: ‘I am positive the West has not yet decided to instigate a so-called Color Revolution in Armenia’
20 Sep 2016 10:54

Mohammad Raeisi: ‘I am positive the West has not yet decided to instigate a so-called Color Revolution in Armenia’

The past few months, riddled with sporadic bouts of volatility inside and outside its borders, have been difficult for Armenia. In April, military escalation in the breakaway territory of Nagorno-Karabakh caught Yerevan off guard, resulting in a small but notable loss of territory for the Armenian-...

© armmuseum
24 Jun 2016 14:02

Loris Tjeknavorian: ‘Armenian music was similar to the Iranian one from the outset but the Armenians made their music closer to the modern European one’

Maestro Loris Tjeknavorian has led a truly cosmopolitan career, both as a conductor and composer. Having lived in Iran, the United States (Michigan and Minnesota), Britain, Austria, Armenia, and having led orchestras in those countries, as well as in Japan and the former Soviet Union, he has absorbed ...