Religion, Freedom And The First Amendment

Opinion | Raoul Lowery-Contreras
A member of the Jewish community attends Pope Francis' visit at Rome's Great Synagogue, Italy January 17, 2016. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Where else can we find synagogues and mosques within sight of each other, serving the same communities?

The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Can Be Easily Resolved

Opinion | Andrew Kevorkian
An ethnic Armenian soldier stands next to a cannon at the artillery positions near Nagorno-Karabakh's town of Martuni

If the “Armenian Lobby” is so effective, how is it that America hasn’t changed sides and taken up the Armenian cause and enforced a solution?

Can You Be Simultaneously For And Against A War? Ask The DC Armenian Lobby

Opinion | Raoul Lowery-Contreras
Smoke from fire rises above the ground in Martakert province, after an unmanned military air vehicle was shot down by the self-defense army of Nagorno-Karabakh according to Armenian media, during clashes over the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region, in this April 4, 2016 file photo. REUTERS/Vahram Baghdasaryan/Photolure

The Armenian National Committee of America has poured money in Washington lobbying, but it seems to disregard the well-being of the people it claims to represent.

Maintaining A Secular Muslim-Majority Society

Opinion | Supna Zaidi-Peery
A police officer keeps watch near a cemetery where the bodies of soldiers and civilians who were killed during Monday's attack on army and police posts by Islamist fighters will be buried in the town of Ben Guerdan, Tunisia, near the Libyan border March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

Islamists resort to violence because their ideas can never win the hearts and minds of the majority of Muslims.

Why Azerbaijan Matters, To Us And To NATO

Opinion | Raoul Lowery-Contreras
Sarksyan and Aliyev meet for talks on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict at the invitation of Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter in Bern

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev’s presence at the Warsaw Summit proves Azerbaijan’s importance.

The Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict: The Unfortunate Role Of Propaganda

Opinion | Nasimi Aghayev
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Azerbaijan is a secular republic, globally celebrated as a successful model for multi-faith engagement

A Closer Look At Armenia And Its Neighbors

Opinion | Jason Katz
An ethnic Armenian soldier stands next to a cannon at the artillery positions near Nagorno-Karabakh's town of Martuni

Whitewashing Armenia’s failure as a state will not help the country or its people

And Unlikely Peacemaker: Will The Pope Bring Resolution In The Caucasus?

Opinion | James J. Coyle
Pope Francis arrives to lead the weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican

The United States and France need to be more actively involved to protect the West’s interests in the peace process.

A Peaceful Settlement In The Caucasus Will Inspire Peacemaking Worldwide

Opinion | Elin Suleymanov
Sarksyan and Aliyev meet for talks on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict at the invitation of Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter in Bern

It is time to insist that Armenia not only accept the ceasefire but also withdraw its illegal occupation forces from Azerbaijani territory.

Our Allies Deserve Support

Opinion | Justin Amler
Azerbaijan's President Aliyev casts his ballot at polling station during parliamentary election in Baku

Azerbaijan is becoming stronger and more secure.

Europe Lays Out Plan To Cripple Russia's Energy Empire

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A Japanese-made liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier is anchored near an LNG plant on Sakhalin island near the town of Korsakov, some 50 km (31 miles) from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk February 18, 2009. Russia's Sakhalin Energy will export about 50 cargoes of LNG this year, with the majority going to resource-hungry Japan, the head of the company said. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)

The European Union says it “has a major opportunity to improve its energy security” by buying American LNG.

Russia's Attacks On NATO: U.S. Needs To Show Some Leadership

Opinion | Jason Katz
Turkish President Erdogan makes a speech during his meeting with mukhtars at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, Turkey,

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu’s first trip following the incident with Russia was to Baku

A Tale Of Two Countries

Opinion | Justin Amler
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It’s time for the Minsk Group to hold Armenia accountable.

A Small Nation's Lessons On The Refugee Crisis

Opinion | Nasimi Aghayev
Afghan refugees sit outside tents next to a statue depicting ancient Greek mythical hero Theseus saving Hippodameia from the centaur Eurytion at Victoria Square in Athens

Lacking resources and experience, our country was still determined to accept those who had been forced to flee, no matter what the cost

If You Love A Country, Set It Free: The Case For Cutting Aid To Armenia

Opinion | Alexander Murinson
Protesters gather during rally against recent decision to raise public electricity prices in Yerevan

Aid to Armenia is not only superfluous, but not in the best interests of U.S. strategy.

Moderate Muslim Ally Azerbaijan Needs Constructive Critics

Opinion | Asim Nazim Mollazade
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Only 24 years removed from Soviet domination, Azerbaijan’s political system is a work in progress.

Armenia And Azerbaijan Adapt To A New Geopolitical Reality In The Near East

Opinion | Alexander Murinson
Russia's President Putin attends commemoration ceremony marking centenary of mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in Yerevan

Azerbaijan is building bridges with European partners, while Armenia looks to Russia

Iranian State Broadcaster Expands The Definition Of Being Jewish

Opinion | Alexander Murinson
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The mullahs are upset about Azerbaijan’s close relationship with the U.S. Jewish community.

Ashton Carter's Caucasus Challenge: Azerbaijan Needs Reassurance, Steadiness In Washington

Opinion | Alex Vatanka
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The new Pentagon chief can’t take Azerbaijani commitments and contributions for granted.

Vladimir Putin's Humanitarian Cover-Up

Opinion | David Bernstein
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In Azerbaijan, as in Ukraine, the U.S. must see through the deception