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Iskanderyan: U.S. did not give Baku their consent for war2010-12-24 17:12
Weekly Arguments has reported that, judging by the talks in Moscow's diplomatic circles, the U.S. administration gave Azerbaijani President Ilkham Aliyev a carte blanche for solving the Nagorno-Karabakh problem.gt-en-newsitem-inside
A threat of a war is quite effective rhetoric that can be heard from Azerbaijan often and regularly, over the last several years, at least.
Director of the Institute of the Caucasus, political expert Alexander Iskandaryan in his talk with PanARMENIAN.Net correspondent made the following comment upon the published information:
"This rhetoric has got a domestic policy meaning and certain foreign value for Azerbaijan. Actually, it has got nothing to do with the plans of launching a war. As for the USA, I do not think the situation with a carte blanche for a war is possible in any way. Another point is that such statements will keep being made", - Iskandaryan said.