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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Originally posted by Lori View Post
      Uh, Armenia and Belarus are in the same military alliance. They are a strategic partner, by definition. Belarus is also in a Union State with Russia and have integrated military. So, being allied with Russia is being allied with them.
      Greece and Turkey are both members in the same alliance, but they're neither strategic partners nor allies.

      Same goes for Kazakhstan. They're CSTO members but not our strategic partner in any way.
      Last edited by armnuke; 02-09-2017, 12:55 AM.

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        Originally posted by armnuke View Post
        Belarus is not our "strategic partner".
        Being in CSTO or the so-called Eurasian Union does not make them a strategic partner.
        They are a dictatorship which can be put on par with Syria of Assad and Iraq of Saddam.
        Syria was excellent under Assad. Saddam was great for Iraq. It is those Capitalists who destroyed these nations. Also Belarus couldn't be more of a strategic Partner.

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

          Originally posted by Lori View Post
          Belarus is not known for being a steadfast ally. They are constantly bickering with Russia over natural gas prices and trade, even though they are pretty much the same country at this point. In reality, what happens in the Caucasus has no effect on Belarus. Armenia's security isn't relevant to them outside of CSTO. Don't take it personally. Kazakhstan is a Turkic nation, they obviously have some inherent bias but are willing to be a cooperative partner in most cases. Support for Azerbaijan is pretty much restricted to diplomatic PR stunts and rhetoric. Its just smoke and mirrors.



          I hope you realize Azerbaijan is not a member of CSTO, has no sway over the organization, and CSTO is led and controlled entirely by Russia.

          A military alliance does not require states to be on the same page on all issues. Turkey has awful relations with other NATO member states. Many NATO member states, such as Hungary, Slovakia, Montenegro, are not anti-Russian. A military alliance is just that, a military alliance.
          I know well that they are not part of the CSTO , but when I say Azerbaijan dictates the CSTO I talk of an event after the April War when Nazarbayev cancelled his meeting in Yerevan in support for Baku . Sargsyan openly threw that claim out and I just repeated it.

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              Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
              Syria was excellent under Assad. Saddam was great for Iraq. It is those Capitalists who destroyed these nations. Also Belarus couldn't be more of a strategic Partner.
              Assad's government has murdered tens of thousands of their own people. Saddam committed genocide against the Kurds with chemical weapons. What are you even talking about. These are horrible men.




              Greece and Turkey are both members in the same alliance, but they're neither strategic partners nor allies.

              Same goes for Kazakhstan. They're CSTO members but not our strategic partner in any way.
              I just got through saying that in my post. Glad we agree on something, its a shame you can't see that yet lol. Everything Belarus actually does is within Armenia's interest. Diplomatic PR stunts are just that. Actual tangible actions between nations is what matters.


              Anyways, regardless of all of that nonsense. What is happening to Lapshin is a crime against humanity and needs to stop. This idea that you can be extradited to another state, solely because you made an online post and went to the wrong province is absurd and awful.


              Whats even worse is the way he was "greeted" by those monkeys. No honour. No sense of danger, its all a photo shoot to these pathetic Azeri mall cops. Hes a journalist, not some high profile terrorist leader.

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

                Originally posted by Lori View Post
                Assad's government has murdered tens of thousands of their own people. Saddam committed genocide against the Kurds with chemical weapons. What are you even talking about. These are horrible men.
                You are watching CNN too much my friend. That's the problem of the people who are living in US.

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                  Originally posted by AstalaVist View Post
                  You are watching CNN too much my friend. That's the problem of the people who are living in US.
                  Lmao, so supporting a bloodthirsty Arab nationalist makes you enlightened? Just so you know, I don't watch television, since you don't need to watch television to see Syrian soldiers gunning down hundreds of their own people in the streets. You don't need to watch CNN to read about the An-Anfal genocide and Iraqi war crimes throughout the invasion of Iran.

                  I am actually a backer of authoritarian nationalism and I vehemently oppose liberal internationalism , but I do not back halfwit brutes. Genocide and politicide cannot be justified or warranted, no matter how you look at it. You, as an Armenian, should know that my friend.


                  If we were talking about Milosevic, I would be arguing the opposite. However, we are talking about men shown to be true war criminals and psychopaths. Arabs and their leaders are incompetent when it comes to the most basic forms of governance.

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                    Defenders keeping Talish secure






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

                      Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                      Defenders keeping Talish secure

                      That's Tap Qaraqoyunlu ... Keep shooting at them and turn their place a nightmare to live.

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