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What’s Behind The Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict?

OilPrice.com Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Turkey by October 2020 seemed to closer than at any time since the Cold War to unambiguous and overt hostilities with Russia. But, then, Turkey was already in some form of conflict with at least 21 adversaries. Turkey and Russia are strategically interdependent, but simultaneously remain great rivals and with deep, historically-developed, mutual animosities. Not surprisingly, the Turkish Government of Pres. Reçep Tayyip Erdo?an moved yet again to carefully instigate a crisis with Russia, this time by triggering a military escalation between…
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