Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Analysis

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INTRODUCTION The urgency of researched topic. The ethno-political palette of the modern world is complicated, because of the conflicts that have a global importance and these conflicts have become one of the main threats to the international security. Currently there is no region in the world which has no threat from the ethnic conflicts. And from this perspective the Eurasia- the continent which populated with many ethnics and nations is the region that has more ethnic conflicts than the other regions in the world. Since the end of 20th century the South Caucasus region which entered to the diplomatic language as a ‘Caucasian Balkans’ (the US politician Z. Brzezinski called the region Eurasian Balkans that included nine states such as Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan,…show more content…
The widening ‘contours’ of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh gave us an opportunity to observe the new interests and participation of a new ‘players’. The participation of new players have hardened the colours of ‘geopolitical mosaic’ and different mass media assets of Russia and western world started to objectively analyse the conflict. The situation in Nagorno-Karabakh region has been assessed by the director of Washington’s Central Asian and Caucasus research institution F. Starr by following way: “The Nagorno-Karabakh issue is not only a problem between of Armenia and Azerbaijan, this is a regional problem and it is a serious threat for all Europe... I would emphasize that nobody declaring that because of the conflict the South Caucasus region is not able to progress and the conflict situation is dangerous. If there will be no solution in following years the situation in the region is going to be more complicated than

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