The latest flare-up of violence centers around the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh, The deadly conflict is putting civilians in danger and threatening the stability of the region. Russia, France and the U.S. have all condemned the fighting calling for a truce. Meanwhile, Turkey has been vocal in its support for Azerbaijan, saying Istanbul stands with Baku both in talks and in combat.
- Nigar Arpadarai is a Member of Azerbaijan’s parliament.
- Arsen Kharatyan is a former Advisor to the Armenian Prime Minister and Editor-in-Chief of Aliq Media.
- Hakan Camuz is Head of International Law with the law firm, Stoke White.
- Dmitry Babich is a Political analyst at InoSMI, a Russian website.
Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the contested region of Nagorno-Karabakh has intensified sharply, as both sides accused the other of targeting civilian areas with missiles. https://t.co/pbhAKQFr5C
— VICE News (@VICENews) October 9, 2020
Evidence is mounting that Turkey has sent hundreds of Syrian mercenaries to fight for Azerbaijan https://t.co/Re5CRDVje4
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) October 11, 2020
On the Ground with Families Fleeing Bombs in Battle for Nagorno-Karabakh https://t.co/2cx6Ly4rIV
— The Voice of America (@VOANews) October 14, 2020