Genesis of the idea of transferring Nagorno-Karabakh to the UN protectorate
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Washington's position on the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is undergoing changes. This is demonstrated by the rhetoric of the former US interim co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group, Richard Hoagland.
On the one hand, Azerbaijan criticizes and, in fact, blocks the work of the OSCE Minsk Group, on the other hand, it believes that we should not abandon the Minsk Group yet, since a more effective format has not been created.
Therefore, there is a stable feeling that the work of Azerbaijani diplomacy in the Karabakh direction, open threats to use the force scenario are designed for a certain factor associated with future events in the region. Provided that a situation arises that could fetter Russia's actions and open up new opportunities for Turkey. But these are dead-end scenarios. It is no coincidence that Hoagland speaks of the complex history of the conflict, calls for the beginning of an "objective historical study of its genesis", and not to dance from the "Sovietization" of the 1920s.
We should not forget that after the aggravation of 2016 in Karabakh, the EU and UN are not particularly caring to what is happening there.
The American government is pleased with this conflict situation. Azerbaijan is almost an ally of the United States. And Baku also has close cooperation with Israel. In the economic sphere, Azerbaijan primarily cooperates with the United States in order to export its energy resources to world markets, especially to Western Europe. Along with Azerbaijan's natural resources such as oil and gas, the United States is attracted by Azerbaijan's geographic location and access to the Caspian Sea.
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