To the rest of the world, Clinton represents continuity, and Trump means dramatic change. Just how dramatic cannot be known, but the normal assumption that candidates play to their party’s core supporters during the primary season but then tack to the center for the general election cannot be relied on in Trump’s case, writes Bill Emmott.
The contests to decide the nominees of America’s two main political parties are almost over.
Legal Basis for the Conflict Resolution: Century-Old Dead Documents and Forgeries vs. UN Resolutions
Following the Russian annexation, there was neither Armenia nor Azerbaijan in the South Caucasus. Migrations rendered the entire territory ethnically mixed.
The international community and, first and foremost, the United States, must follow up and implement the decision of the international document that already exists based on the principle of arbitration; that is, they must compel the Republic of Azerbaijan to withdraw its forces, writes Ara Papian.