Opinion: principles of territorial integrity and non-intervention can unlock the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

Despite two rounds of talks in Washington D.C. and Brussels, the mutual recognition of the principle of territorial integrity seems to be a bottleneck in Azerbaijan-Armenia negotiations.

To avoid past mistakes, such recognition should be accompanied by more specific commitments, such as constitutional changes, stopping financing separatism, and sending soldiers to serve in Karabakh, argues Nurlan Mustafayev in this op-ed for commonspace.eu.

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