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America helps Armenia, but leaves Azerbaijan

Discussion in 'World Politics' started by rodda, Oct 10, 2011.

  1. rodda

    rodda New Member

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    Washington’s assistance intended for Armenia is aimed at making the country "a stable partner at peace with its neighbors, fully integrated into the regional economy, where principles of democracy are respected, the benefits of economic growth are shared by all segments of society, and Armenia’s human capital potential is fully realized." We all understand that question is about Nagorno-Karabakh, but what about the other side of the conflict? Azerbaijani Diaspora in US protest against how the White House renders assistance to the occupational regime of Nagorno-Karabakh. They claim that American help to the victims of the conflict must be spread also among the Azerbaijani population of the region while the assistance to Armenia must be reconsidered over again. That means that everyone in Diaspora and in Azerbaijan understands who will get all support from Washington in case of armed conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh. So someone gets everything from US the other only disadvantages. One-directional help always was the worst option for solving conflict and US realize that but continues to feed the situation.
     
  2. vigilante

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    ''... Armenia is aimed at making the country "a stable partner at peace with its neighbors, fully integrated into the regional economy, where principles of democracy are respected...''


    Armenia is dictatorship, Russia also has bases in Armenia for the unlawful occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh. Also economically have been blocked by Turkey,Azerbaijan and even Georgia. İt's relationship with Russia not different then the Soviet times, even today.
     
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