Search: Nagorno-Karabakh,Arms,Russia (2 materials)

The Iskanders in Armenia: Restoration of a Balance or a New Round of the Arms Race?

... prestige of Russia and the CSTO, or to risk a conflict with Azerbaijan. That’s why, from Moscow’s standpoint, it is necessary to maintain a balance between the parties in order to avoid an aggravation of the conflict. What’s more, arms supplies to Armenia as well as initiatives such as the establishment of a joint Russian–Armenian military force not only help maintain a balance in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, but also bind Yerevan to Moscow with even closer ties and strengthen Moscow’s positions in Transcaucasia. EPA/DMITRY LOVETSKY/Vostock Photo Murad Gassanly: Azerbaijan and the Four Day War: Breaking the Karabakh Deadlock ...


The Four-Day War: the Status Quo Has Become Dangerously Explosive

... devaluations of the Azerbaijani currency in 2015. The Russian-Turkish crisis and the ongoing tension in the relations between Russia and the West had also formed a tense geopolitical background for the South Caucasus region and created favorable conditions for the April escalation of violence in Nagorno-Karabakh. REUTERS/Staff Hovhannes Nikoghosyan: A Little War that Didn’t Shake the World: a View from Yerevan The Azerbaijani army continues to face serious command and control problems when coordinating actions of combined arms, tank, missile and artillery units. I It can be assumed that Baku arrived at the political decision to launch a large-scale ...


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