Armenian, Azerbaijani and EU experts discuss confidence-building and peace-keeping in Brussels on 6 December 2016

Armenian, Azerbaijani and EU experts met in Brussels on 6 December in a workshop that focused on the theme of confidence-building measures and peacekeeping in the context of the Karabakh conflict and conflict resolution process. The workshop was organised by LINKS (Dialogue, Analysis and Research) and the European Policy Centre in the framework of the…

“The South Caucasus at a time of shifting international paradigms”, Oxford 27-28 February 2017

More than fifty academics, diplomats, regional experts and activists from the South Caucasus, wider Europe and beyond, gathered in Oxford on 27 and 28 February for a conference entitled “The South Caucasus at a time of shifting international paradigms”. The conference, held at St Antony’s College Oxford was organised by Oxford University and the British…

LINKS inclusive approach to resolution of Karabakh conflict reflected at Oxford Conference.

The report of the Conference “The impact of international and regional developments on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement process” which was held at Oxford University on Tuesday, 11 November 2014 has just been released. The meeting was organized by the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre (RESC) at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and LINKS (Dialogue-Analysis-Research). It took…

LINKS Director addresses European security issues in keynote speech at NATO PA Baku Seminar.

LINKS Executive Director, Dennis Sammut was the keynote speaker at the 86th Rose-Roth Seminar organised by  the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in the Azerbaijani capital Baku from 16-18 June 2014. in his speech Dennis Sammut addressed key issues in European security and particularly the impact of the crisis in Ukraine on European security, and more specifically…

Ninety Nine years later!

The events in Eastern Anatolia in 1915 are a blot on 20th century world history. The massacre of hundreds of thousands of civilians, most of them Armenians, in the dying days of the Ottoman Empire, has left a huge scar that has never been healed. As the world marks the 99th anniversary of these events,…

EPNK – a partnership that seeks to positively impact the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement process.

LINKS is one of the implementors of the European Partnership for the Peaceful Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh (EPNK), a unique initiative, funded by the European Union, that seeks to positively impact the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement process. We work with local partners in the South Caucasus on a wide range of peace-building activities to contribute to…