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I know a lot of people who have survived from Khiojali genocide made by armenians. It is really undescribely painful than the current president of Armenia Serj Sargisian confesses that he was one of the commanders who have organised one of the most bloody and brutal massacre in Azerbaijan and they have killed the civilian azeri population deliberately for particular purpose. (see page 172) How shame that even now (after 20 years) he is free and he is the president of Armenia. 

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An interesting, well-informed book, although lacks further suggestions about whether peace and reconciliation is achievable. Still, it is very good to see this kind of books, which is aimed at enlightening Western readers in the South Caucasus conflicts

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Even-handed, thorough, and engaging from start to finish. The definitive account of this tragic conflict.

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Excellent! Read an get fooled.

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Nice and @rrtr I quess you are the expert....right, like I say Hitler is a bad person now I'm a Pro jew?

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very biased book that manipulates image of armenian side, shifts to azeri side. he is very pro azeri.

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User Review  - kaiser_matias - LibraryThing

The dispute over Nagorno Karabakh is a complicated issue between Armenia and Azerbaijan. What de Waal has done here is present a neutral account of the war, without favouring either side, a rarity in ... Read full review

Review: Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War

User Review  - Debbie (Eugene) - Goodreads

This tells the 'true' story of the Azerbaijan/Armenian conflict. I'm reading it for obvious reasons. Read full review

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