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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by armo12 View Post
    What do you guys think about this article?i find it quite intriguing that there has been many websites talking about our ability to produce nukes,which is kinda worrying,but other than that i find the article to be quite realistic (even though they forgot to talk about the scuds which we possess)

    http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the...the-fire-18475
    This Is the Arms Race from Hell (And Russia Is Adding Fuel to the Fire)
    Race is between at least two people or entities.

    So when Azerbaijan was arming itself for the past 10 years or so it was not a race.

    Now that Armenia arming itself it is characterised as a race.

    I would call it journalistic liberty.

    The article is very good for somebody who has just landed from Mars.

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    Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
    Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
    Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

      Originally posted by armo12 View Post
      What do you guys think about this article?i find it quite intriguing that there has been many websites talking about our ability to produce nukes,which is kinda worrying,but other than that i find the article to be quite realistic (even though they forgot to talk about the scuds which we possess)

      http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the...the-fire-18475
      This article is crap and in essence anti Russian focused.
      While it is reflecting truly The danger of Russia arming both sides and responsibility for escalation, it damages Armenian interests by equating both sides and presenting historic and current demographic facts only on a glance (negating them).
      It does not reflect other player responsibilities in situation. Notably Turkey and Israel. Those countries supply substantial armaments and training to Azerbaijan that in itself is big part of arms race.
      It overlooks political factors like panturkism and panislamism that drive the conflict on Azerbaijan's side.
      As usual, a pure crap of an article in western press.
      If a true and unbiased view is given about the conflict, it becomes undeniably abvious that for Armenian side it is not simply an arms race, but a struggle for survival on the face of Azerbaijani militarism.
      All the driving factors for Armenian side if mentioned, it becomes very clear that Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh act within international norms of national security, self determination and stability, except territorial integrity for Azerbaijan ( this concept is loosing value more and more given current events in world).
      Our government and leaders have to do anything to suppress notion of arms race in international opinions and instead continue pressing on core facts on our side.

      P.S. I notice a mention in this article about ballistic missiles, nuclear threat ( same as that wh o re'S article).
      Conspiracy is brewing. What can I say. More and more craws are joining and an opinion is becoming as a fact.
      Will god (...) create a some kind of car accident or something and take out that beach Armine Sahakian?
      Last edited by Hakob; 11-22-2016, 07:34 AM.

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        An Armenian soldier of the Armenian Peace Keeping Brigade provides security while conducting an administrative boundary line patrol scenario during a Kosovo Force (KFOR) mission rehearsal exercise (MRE) at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, Oct. 29, 2016





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          https://southfront.org/syrian-milita...medium=twitter

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          • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

            Originally posted by armo12 View Post
            What do you guys think about this article?
            "More than thirty thousand were dead by the time a cease-fire was declared in 1944"

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              • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                Originally posted by Hakob View Post
                This article is crap and in essence anti Russian focused.
                While it is reflecting truly The danger of Russia arming both sides and responsibility for escalation, it damages Armenian interests by equating both sides and presenting historic and current demographic facts only on a glance (negating them).
                It does not reflect other player responsibilities in situation. Notably Turkey and Israel. Those countries supply substantial armaments and training to Azerbaijan that in itself is big part of arms race.
                It overlooks political factors like panturkism and panislamism that drive the conflict on Azerbaijan's side.
                As usual, a pure crap of an article in western press.
                If a true and unbiased view is given about the conflict, it becomes undeniably abvious that for Armenian side it is not simply an arms race, but a struggle for survival on the face of Azerbaijani militarism.
                All the driving factors for Armenian side if mentioned, it becomes very clear that Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh act within international norms of national security, self determination and stability, except territorial integrity for Azerbaijan ( this concept is loosing value more and more given current events in world).
                Our government and leaders have to do anything to suppress notion of arms race in international opinions and instead continue pressing on core facts on our side.

                P.S. I notice a mention in this article about ballistic missiles, nuclear threat ( same as that wh o re'S article).
                Conspiracy is brewing. What can I say. More and more craws are joining and an opinion is becoming as a fact.
                Will god (...) create a some kind of car accident or something and take out that beach Armine Sahakian?
                The nuke thing is getting really worrying,someone must put an end to it.am i the only one who thinks that these recent articles are becoming some sort of anti-russian/armenian propaganda?everyone's saying attrocities commited by both sides but no one has proof about attrocities from our side,in the same time,no one is mentioning the rapes and beheadings of armenian citizens,such a shame all news agencies are only giving a pretty detailed number about the quantity of arms purchased by both sides but when it comes to the history of the conflict they say that artsakh was part of azerbaijan and armenian people attacked it and forced azeris out of it...wasn't it stalin who made artsakh part of azerbaijan?in all history books artsakh was always a part of armenia...shame what a traitor like armine can do to our cause in a single article

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                • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                  Originally posted by armo12 View Post
                  The nuke thing is getting really worrying,someone must put an end to it.
                  Why? I like it! Let them sweat and worry till they turn green. Enough of being nice and submissive.
                  Irrelevent to be innocent victims. Millions of us died lost 9/10 of our territory and it seams it is irrelevant for humanity.
                  Nukes sound good to me. Time to be aggressive ... fkem all

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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                    I personally don't think Iskanders will be used by Armenia against Azerbaijan if fighting is reserved only in Artsakh, especially if it's a repeat of the Four-Day War. Iskanders are our version of nukes, their primary goal is for deterrence purposes against any Azerbaijan adventure against Armenia proper as it nullifies this threat like how Russian military presence nullifies the Turkish threat.

                    The only possible scenario I see Armenia using Iskanders in case of another Artsakh war is if Azerbaijan is attacking Stepanakert with its ground forces. Remember, once you fire Iskanders there's really no going back. Especially since they will most likely be fired from Armenia and not from Artsakh which means you are more or less declaring all-out war across both Republics. We tend to forget that the first Artsakh war was largely only fought in Artsakh and Armenia officially only had a support role.
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                      Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                      Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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