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Window on Eurasia -- New Series

27 Mar 2014 9:34 PM | Anonymous
Vladimir Putin’s annexation of Crimea has not only opened a new divide between Moscow and the West. It has re-ordered relations among the former Soviet republics and that in turn has raised questions about the way such changes will affect the future of many unresolved conflicts there. In an article for “Vestnik Kavkaza,” Viktoriya Panfilova of “Nezavisimaya gazeta” discusses some of these changes and speculates about their impact on conflicts, including on such high profile ones as that between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the future of Nagorno-Karabakh (vestikavkaza.ru/articles/Karabakhskaya-stagnatsiya.html).  Paul Goble.   Read More
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