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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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        Originally posted by burjuin View Post
        Thanks berjuin......stopped watching TV years ago, just science and military channels. I also don't get Armenian channels where I am at but they must be on ytube.
        Cool pics of our jets, where is the video? : )

        btw, if anyone has not yet registered as "Friend of Artsakh" at Republic of Artsakh website or office in Washington I strongly suggest you do so.

        NKR Office Washington

        www.nkrusa.org
        Last edited by Eddo211; 04-09-2017, 03:11 PM.
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          Female students of the Stepanakert Military High School in Nagorno-Karabakh





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                      Originally posted by Azad View Post
                      The shekelists are shifting their services for the Sultan from harassing Armenians to azeri dissent.

                      "Azerbaijan: Government Escalates Hacking Campaign Against Dissent

                      Several of Azerbaijanís primary independent news websites have been inaccessible for several days, apparent victims of the governmentís escalating cyberwar against dissent.

                      On March 27, Meydan TV, Azadliq Qezeti, and the local service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty all became inaccessible inside the country, local media reported. As of March 30, they were still inaccessible."

                      http://www.eurasianet.org/node/83041


                      "In Azerbaijan, Verint Israel was the primary provider of the state-of-the-art monitoring centers in the country from the early 2000s onwards. NICE eventually caught up and won smaller tenders which included Hacking Team products.
                      One of Verintís monitoring centers is located in Baku on Parliament Street, right next to presidential compound inside the National Security Ministry (MNS) offices. The other is in the military zone of Nakhchivan. "

                      https://medium.com/vantage/panoptico...5d2#.4i3zxbtso
                      Looks like the azeris are going into a North Korean style isolationism. All in the name of protecting the Sultan's control of power.
                      Surprising how their propaganda dissipated from attacking "Armenia/Armenians" to almost a quiet isolated crying baby.
                      "Azerbaijanís Deputy Prime Minister Ali Ahmadov has urged the world community to put an end to injustice against Azerbaijan."

                      "Azerbaijan: State and Dissidents Acquire New Weapons for Cyber War

                      The Azerbaijani government appears to have taken yet another step to quash online opposition media in the country, who have responded by using a technique borrowed from Chinese dissidents in their escalating cyberwar with the authorities.

                      The affected outlets havenít given up, and on April 9 Azadliq Qezeti circumvented the blockage by cheekily hosting a mirror version of their website on Amazon Web Services (AWS), a tactic favored by Chinese activists in recent years.

                      By backing up their site on AWS, Azadliq Qezeti have forced the governmentís hand, as Azerbaijan would now have to block all of AWS to block domestic access to Azadliq Qezeti. The potential consequences of this has so far stymied even those behind Chinaís famed Great Firewall, as it would mean everyone Ė including major corporations Ė using Amazonís popular cloud computing system for apps, databases, management tools, and other services would lose access as well.

                      http://www.eurasianet.org/node/83186

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