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Karabakh: Diplomatic Attention Needed To Address Growing Risks

EurasiaNet Commentary A recent flare-up of hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh highlights a growing risk of renewed, full-fledged warfare between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Nagorno-Karabakh On February 25, clashes between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces marked the most intense fighting since early April of […]

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Russia: Crimea Struggles To Attract Private Investment

Crimea is proving toxic for private investors. On paper, capital expenditure has shown growth, but the driver of such growth appears to be Kremlin subsidies. Foreign investors, and even major Russian private companies, are shunning the peninsula, publicly available statistics […]

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Russia: The Specter Of Revolution – Part 1

EurasiaNet Commentary The centennial of the Russian revolutionary events of 1917 is presenting the Kremlin with a difficult dilemma. Vladimir Putin’s regime simply cannot ignore one of key points of Russian history, and yet it seems to be struggling to […]