Politics

Blockade of Azerbaijan by India in BRICS: New Delhi does not want any country close to Pakistan or China in this group - İNTERVİEW

Baku Tribune presents an interview with Founder and President, ALFAAZ Education and Cultural Society Shoaib Khan.

Taiyi Sun: The U.S. sees Taiwan as the last piece of the puzzle for the completion of China's rise

Baku Tribune presents an interview with Assistant Professor Department of Political Science Christopher Newport University Taiyi Sun.

DR Congo: 15 protesters and UN peacekeepers killed in clashes

At least 15 people, including three UN peacekeepers, have been killed and dozens of others injured in clashes during anti-UN protests in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Tuesday, according to DW.

Kishida, Joko confirm cooperation on Nov. G20 summit

The leaders of Japan and Indonesia have agreed to closely cooperate toward a successful Group of 20 summit scheduled for November in Bali, Indonesia, according to NHK World-Japan.

Eugene Chausovsky: Washington is unlikely to place major pressure on Azerbaijan to side with the US on the situation in Ukraine - INTERVIEW

Baku Tribune presents an interview with a senior analyst at the Newlines Institute Eugene Chausovsky.

Father’s Will: Resolution of the Karabakh conflict as a Policy Priority of National Leader Heydar Aliyev

The ‘44-day War’ or the ‘Patriotic War’ between Azerbaijan and Armenia that depicted the strength of the Azerbaijani Army and ended with the decisive victory of Azerbaijan was the counter-offensive operation by the Azerbaijani Army, under the command of the Victorious Commander-in-Chief, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev.

What really happened in Pakistan? - EXCLUSİVE

The Director Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies Muhammad Asif Noor gave an interview to Baku Tribune.

Serbian expert: The situation in the Balkans is likely to worsen, especially in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina - EXCLUSİVE İNTERVİEW

Executive Director of the Center for International Public Policy (Belgrade) Mišel Zubenica gave an interview to Baku Tribune.

Sasha Toperich: I think China will take steps to use the Middle Corridor - EXCLUSİVE İNTERVİEW

Sasha Toperich is senior executive vice president of the Transatlantic Leadership Network. From 2013 to 2018, he was a senior fellow and director of the Mediterranean Basin, Middle East and Gulf initiative at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C. Sasha Toperich gave an exclusive interview to Baku Tribune.

Abdel Fattah Al Sisi: It is very important for us to work together for the benefit of Egypt and Azerbaijan

President of the Arab Republic of Egypt Abdel Fattah Al Sisi has congratulated President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev on the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Εx-CIA officer: Russia is afflicted with the same illness that afflicts the United States – Empire – EXCLUSİVE İNTERVİEW

John Kiriakou is an author, journalist, former CIA officer specializing in the Middle East. He was the first U.S. government official to confirm in December 2007 that waterboarding and other forms of torture were used overseas to interrogate prisoners. He's also the first CIA officer to be convicted for passing classified information to a reporter. John Kiriakou gave an exclusive interview to Baku Tribune.

Alan Kafruny: Integration of Georgia into the EU, and Finland and Sweden into NATO could lead to further escalation

Alan Kafruny, Professor of International Relations, Hamilton College (USA) gave an exclusive interview to Baku Tribune.

US remains committed to supporting Azerbaijan’s efforts to bolster European energy security - State Dept

The US remains committed to supporting Azerbaijan’s efforts to diversify its economy and bolster European energy security, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Erika Olson said on the 30th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and Azerbaijan, Baku Tribune report citing the embassy.

Japanese news website highlights President Ilham Aliyev`s and First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva`s visit to Aghdam

The Japanese ajmedia.jp news portal has published an article highlighting President Ilham Aliyev`s and First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva`s visit to the liberated Aghdam district.

Indonesia passes law to move capital from Jakarta to Borneo

Indonesia's parliament has approved a bill to relocate the nation's capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan province on Borneo island, an official said on Tuesday, according to Anadolu Agency.

China opposes unilateral sanctions against Iran – FM

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (pictured) opposed unilateral US sanctions against Iran, according to a statement released on the Chinese Foreign Ministry's website on Saturday.

Kazakh government resigns

Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev (pictured) accepted the resignation of the country's government after demonstrators called on its dissolvement over a massive energy price hike that rocked the nation in the past few days.

Why should believers be citizens sans rights?

If being secular is a part of someone’s identity and is protected under international treaties and norms then why is the identity of a religious person not protected?

Iranian helicopter nears US ship in Gulf of Oman - Pentagon

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby (pictured) said on Monday that an Iranian navy helicopter came within "25 yards" from a United States USS Essex assault ship in the Gulf of Oman.

Johnson: UK would invoke Article 16 reasonably

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the United Kingdom hopes to "find a negotiated solution to the problems created by the Northern Ireland Protocol," adding that such a solution "still seems possible." However, he brought up the possibility of triggering Article 16, which would unilaterally suspend the deal, as a "perfectly legitimate part" of the protocol.

Russia worried about Norway's naval expansion - Zakharova

Russia is interpreting the recent visit of Norway's naval ship to the Arctic archipelago of Spitsbergen as a sign of the Nordic country's attempts to militarize the region, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Friday.

WH: Biden-Xi meeting continuation of intensive diplomacy

The upcoming virtual meeting between United States President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping should be seen as a "continuation of intensive diplomacy" by Washington when it comes to China, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday.

Biden: Virus stretched supply chains like never before

United States President Joe Biden stated on Wednesday that the coronavirus "stretched supply chains like never before."

France: IAEA action on Iran still a possibility

Western powers could still act against Iran at an upcoming meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), United Nation's nuclear watchdog, despite having agreed against it in September, France said on Thursday.

Youngkin wins Virginia governor's race

Republican Glenn Youngkin is the projected winner of Virginia's gubernatorial election, according to CNN, Fox News and the Associated Press News Agency.

Trump blasts Biden for falling asleep at climate conference

Former President Donald Trump in a statement blasted President Biden for seemingly falling asleep on Monday while listening to Eddie Ndopu, a disability rights activist, at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.

US, Seoul want peace on Korean peninsula

The United States and South Korea are committed to achieving the common goal of completely denuclearizing the Korean peninsula and achieving permanent peace in the region, the US Department of State underlined on Monday.

Biden picks US special adviser on disability rights

United States President Joe Biden issued a statement announcing his nominee to serve as the US special adviser on international disability rights at the State Department.