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Why Conflict in Caucasus Is Erdogan’s Revenge for Syria
Security
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.

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.

As Fires Burn Across Nagorno-Karabakh and Beyond, Wiser Heads Must Prevail
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NATO, Energy Geopolitics and Conflict in Caucasus
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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.

How Azerbaijan Is Lobbying Washington to Sanitize Its War
October 13, 2020

As conflict heats up over Nagorno-Karabakh, a tiny Armenian enclave in Azerbaijan, a covert battle is taking place on Capitol Hill to win the hearts and minds of lawmakers in Washington.

How Azerbaijan Is Lobbying Washington to Sanitize Its War
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VIDEO: NATO Member Turkey Must Back Off Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict
VIDEO: NATO Member Turkey Must Back Off Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict
October 6, 2020

The Nagorno-Karabakh region has been contested between Yerevan and Baku since the fall of the USSR but things remained mostly quiet after the end of the war for the region in 1994. Now Turkey has become a new world player.

Explosive Stakes on Armenia-Azerbaijan Chessboard
October 3, 2020

Few geopolitical hot spots across the planet may rival the Caucasus: that intractable, tribal Tower of Babel, throughout History a contentious crossroads of empires from the Levant and nomads from the Eurasian steppes. And it gets even messier when one adds the fog of war.

Explosive Stakes on Armenia-Azerbaijan Chessboard
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NATO Member Turkey Must Back Off Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict
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NATO Member Turkey Must Back Off Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict
October 2, 2020

Erdogan’s deleterious conniving in Nagorno-Karabakh is a disgraceful continuation of his regime’s dirty war in Syria.

U.S.-Azeri Relations in a Delicate Stage
March 28, 2020

The long cordial relations between the United States and Azerbaijan (since the dissolution of the Soviet Union at least) have lately taken some interesting twists and turns, Stephen Karganovich writes.

U.S.-Azeri Relations in a Delicate Stage
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