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THE WORLD: “CEASEFIRE IN NAGORNO-KARABAKH”

The World

Armenian separatist forces in Azerbaijan's breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh surrendered on Wednesday, 24 hours after Azerbaijani forces began an offensive to take full control of its territory. Host Carol Hills speaks with Richard Giragosian, director of the Regional Studies Center think tank in Yerevan, about this latest skirmish in the longstanding conflict over the Azerbaijani region which is home to 120,000 ethnic Armenians.

NPR’S “ALL THINGS CONSIDERED” REPORT ON AZERBAIJAN’S ATTACK ON NAGORNO-KARABAKH

In an interview with the US National Public Radio’s (NPR), RSC Director Richard Giragosian spoke on 19 September with Charles Maynes and host Mary Louise Kelly on the NPR show “All Things Considered.”

SECOND GERMAN TV INTERVIEW

SECOND GERMAN TV INTERVIEW

In the second of three news interviews on 19 September with Germany’s Deutsche Welle, RSC Director Giragosian adds additional analytical commentary on the grave situation in the wake of the Azerbaijani offensive targeting Nagorno Karabakh:

RSC ON GERMANY’S DEUTSCHE WELLE TV

RSC Director Richard Giragosian returned as a guest for Germany's Deutsche Welle TV news to provide context for the 19 September Azerbaijani offensive targeting the Armenian population of Karabakh, with comments on the Azerbaijani objective to drive out the Armenians, the Russian inability to enforce the ceasefire and the broader escalation of Azerbaijan’s siege of Nagorno Karabakh.

RSC INTERVIEW WITH POLISH NEWSWEEK

RSC INTERVIEW WITH POLISH NEWSWEEK

In an interview with Newsweek Polska, RSC Director Richard Giragosian offered his assessment of recent developments for an article by Jacek Pawlicki entitled, “Rosja traci sojusznika. "Wściekły Putin może być jeszcze bardziej mściwy” (Russia is losing an ally. An angry Putin may be even more vindictive”).