Putin and Erdogan’s frenemy status: Dividing zones of influence from Nagorno-Karabakh to Syria and Libya

+ Geopolitical lessons from the end of the Nagorno-Karabakh war.+ Russia and Turkey are dividing zones of influence in the South Caucasus, Syria, Libya. + Putin and Erdogan are benefitting…

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Lessons From Aliyev’s Escalation: Big/Small Powers and the “Dronisation” of Interstate Warfare

Source: Ali Özkök My case studies on Obama and Erdogan portray the dominance of drones in anti-terrorism operations. This form of semi-autonomous weapons (the only ones that have been used…

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Aliyev’s conflict with Pashinyan: Historical rivalry flares in the South Caucasus

+ Clashes have erupted over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.+ The so-called “Ganja Gap” is a strategic passage linking Eurasian energy.+ Involvement of regional powers points to far-ranging geopolitical stakes.Source: eurasianet/president.azIlham…

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