“Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan through Peace and War”
New York University Press 2003
By Thomas de Waal
In his book “Black Garden” Thomas de Waal tries to recreate the events of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict since 1988. De Waal mainly base his book on interviews and archival documents.
Many evaluate this book as a balanced view of the conflict. However, the book “Black Garden” is also well criticized for creating an artificial balance at the expense of correct facts and findings. So, this book is an interesting one to read, however be careful when using it as a source and double-check all references.