The Armenian National Committee of America published declassified CIA reports confirming that Artsakh is Armenian.
ANCA published photos of the document titled “Unrest in the Caucasus and the Challenge of Nationalism” (1988).
The document presents roots of unrest in the Caucasus. It says “the 1920s settlement subordinating Nagorno-Karabakh – Armenia’s cultural and religious center – to the Azerbaijani Republic has been continual, albeit long-muted, source of Armenian frustration and concern”.
According to the document, Azeri government failed to solve economic and demographic problems, to provide jobs, housing and education. “Azeri frustration has found outlet in attacks on Armenians,” the document says.
The paper says in 1920s 89% of Karabakh’s population were Armenians and 10% Azerbaijanis.