ETHNIC CLEANSING IN PROGRESS: War in Nagorno Karabakh
By Caroline Cox and John Eibner, Preface by Elena Bonner Sakharov
Baroness Caroline Cox, a member of the British House of Lords and a staunch advocate for Artsakh’s right to self-determination, has concentrated her attention on helping the population of Karabakh and refugees from Karabakh and Azerbaijan for decades. In doing so, she has displayed the highest degree of personal courage to deliver humanitarian aid directly to the war zones.
"It is not from the words of others of from press reports that she knows the misfortunes and suffering of the peaceful inhabitants of this region, women, children and old people; she has seen their suffering with her own eyes, spent nights with them in air-raid shelters and cellars and out in the villages in their home which might have been destroyed at any moment by a bomb or an artillery shell." (from Elena Bonner Sakharov's preface)
The Institute for Religious Minorities in the Islamic World (1993)