The end of hostilities marks a potentially historic moment in the decades-old conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. If the peace agreement holds, the major players in the region will all, to one degree or another, have achieved their goals, and what appears to be a loss suffered by the Armenians may translate into a win...
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A big slowdown in the rate of interest reduction!
Who wins in Nagorno-Karabakh?
More war in Turkey’s backyard
Last week, another round of fighting broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. The conflict has been bubbling since the end of the Cold War and has left the Armenians in a state of perpetual poverty with little access to the outside world. A resolution seems difficult to attain because of the...
The geopolitics of energy
Something is amiss in the recent flare up between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The two have, of course tangled before but the skirmishes which began on July 12 and have continued off and on since mark a departure from the usual tensions over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Our chief political scientist suggests an answer to what is...