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Pashinyan’s Foreign Policy Leads To Another War In South Caucasus – OpEd

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Pashinyan’s Foreign Policy Leads To Another War In South Caucasus – OpEdSince September 27^th, 2020, the south Caucasian states Armenia and Azerbaijan restarted their confrontations over the region of Karabakh.  This is a continuation of the Armenian provocations of July 2020. Only that this time the fighting took place on the Azerbaijani territory, instead of taking place in the border line shared...
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News video: Nagorno-Karabakh truce crumbling as warring sides allege attacks

Nagorno-Karabakh truce crumbling as warring sides allege attacks 03:26

The ceasefire has been under pressure since it began on Saturday, following hours of negotiations in Moscow.

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