Tag: Nagorno Karabakh
NATO’s malign influence has sullied almost all the world’s sporting groups and tournaments, Declan Hayes writes.
Azerbaijan and Turkiye are gunning to establish the “Zangezur corridor,” in direct conflict with Iran and Armenia’s interests as it entails the blockade of the Lachin corridor – a lifeline for the ethnic Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Russia and Turkey are often mistakenly cast as allies. Their active rivalry in some of Eurasia’s biggest zones of conflict is only likely to grow as Ankara seeks a seat at the Big Table.
Repurposed into a mercenary force by Erdogan’s Turkey, the remnants of Syria’s armed opposition were sent off to fight for Azerbaijan with promises of sweet paychecks. They met abuse, humiliation, and death instead.