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‘No one cares if we die’: Ex-Syrian rebels recount Nagorno-Karabakh nightmare as ‘disposable force for Turkey’
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‘No one cares if we die’: Ex-Syrian rebels recount Nagorno-Karabakh nightmare as ‘disposable force for Turkey’
February 27, 2021

Repurposed into a mercenary force by Erdogan’s Turkey, the remnants of Syria’s armed opposition were sent off to fight for Azerbaijan with promises of sweet paychecks. They met abuse, humiliation, and death instead.

Armenian-Azeri Dispute Offers Another Russia-Bashing Opportunity
November 17, 2020

No matter what a given person or entity does, some will always find fault, on account of having an overly biased and logic defying stance, Michael Averko writes.

Armenian-Azeri Dispute Offers Another Russia-Bashing Opportunity
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VIDEO: Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus from Brink of Disaster
VIDEO: Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus from Brink of Disaster
November 14, 2020

Russia just ended a bloody war on its former territory by diplomacy.

Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus From Brink of Disaster
November 13, 2020

Russia’s standing as a peace broker in Syria and its trusted diplomatic power was no doubt key to averting the brink of disaster in the Caucasus.

Russian Diplomacy Pulls Caucasus From Brink of Disaster
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Russian Blitz in Syria Warns Turkey to Back Off in Caucasus
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Russian Blitz in Syria Warns Turkey to Back Off in Caucasus
October 28, 2020

For Russia and Syria to launch such a pulverizing blitz against an important Turkish asset can only be seen as an emphatic warning to Ankara.

Why Conflict in Caucasus Is Erdogan’s Revenge for Syria
October 17, 2020

Moscow may need to seriously revise its relations with Ankara, and let Erdogan know he is treading on red lines.

Why Conflict in Caucasus Is Erdogan’s Revenge for Syria
Security
As Fires Burn Across Nagorno-Karabakh and Beyond, Wiser Heads Must Prevail
Security
As Fires Burn Across Nagorno-Karabakh and Beyond, Wiser Heads Must Prevail
October 15, 2020

The INSTC, BRI and other great infrastructure projects would not only create new relationships and open up new markets over the course of many years, but would also provide the basis for increased productive potential for all.

NATO, Energy Geopolitics and Conflict in Caucasus
October 14, 2020

Pushing NATO expansion further into the Caucasus and Central Asia and the objective of replacing Russian energy to Europe with a Caspian alternative mean that the resurgence in conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh could be a prolonged proxy, low-intensity war.

NATO, Energy Geopolitics and Conflict in Caucasus
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