The absence of progress in outside mediation has been crucial in spurring Azerbaijan’s military option.
Statements recognising Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity signal painful decisions may lie ahead.
The presidential contest looms large over the South Caucasus region and the outcome will have a profound impact in Yerevan and Baku.
Critics deem mysterious summit, presented as a gesture of unity, as simply a populist move.
Brussels commits to reducing border tensions with a longer-term and more robust deployment.
Moscow views peacekeeping efforts as an attempt to oust it from its previous role as sole mediator in the conflict.
After a recent flurry of diplomacy, Yerevan and Baku seem closer than ever to attaining normalisation.
Complex geography and domestic politics mean a solution remains elusive.
New escalation threatens the outlook for engagement, despite the clear benefits for both sides.
Armenians living in the Lachin corridor, which will soon be handed over, refuse to leave.