Ceasefire in the Caucasus opens door to rebalancing of regional power

James M. Dorsey, Modern Diplomacy |

Image by Полина Андреева from Pixabay
Image by Полина Андреева from Pixabay

Spontaneous mass protests against the terms of the ceasefire and the government’s conduct of the war potentially throw into doubt the future of Armenian President Nikol Pashinyan and Armenia’s ability to implement the ceasefire. And as Russian peacekeepers moved into position, the ceasefire leaves open the question of the balance of power between Russia and Turkey in a region that was once part of the Soviet Union and that Moscow sees as its backyard.

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