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Episode 31. Nagorno Karabakh II (A Frozen Conflict Goes Hot)

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Rundown:

Like many of the ex-soviet republics, Azerbaijan and Armenia have been part of the frozen conflict now since the early '90s, but Azerbaijan has spent the last few years building up a massive modern army. Baku has now used that army to engage in a full-scale war with Armenia in an attempt to recapture the land lost in 91. With the Armenians in full retreat and the Azeris moving into their old positions what will this mean for the region? Will Ankara or Moscow have the final say on the battlefield?

Guests:

ALEX RAUFOGLU

  • Eurasia Journalist

CAREY CAVANAUGH

  • Byline Times

LAURENCE BROERS

  • Chatham House

The Red Line's Nagorno Karabakh Reading List:

We’ve put together some further reading for those of you looking for more resources to help you get across the geopolitics of the Nagorno Karabakh Conflict.


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