How historical blunder lead to today's Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict
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Hyderabad, Nov. 21 -- K.C.Reddy
By K.C.Reddy, IPS (retd), former Chief Security Advisor, United Nations
Last week, with Moscow's intervention, a peace deal was signed by Azerbaijan President, Armenian Prime minister and the Russian President over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The peace deal created diagonally opposite reactions in both the countries. While jubilant scenes were noticed in Azerbaijan on their perceived victory, crowds of protesters stormed into Armenia's govt buildings and the parliament over their perceived defeat. The Russian brokered ceasefire deal, though halted fighting for the time being, lead to the announcement of resignation by Armenia's foreign minister and 17 opposition parties and their supporters moun...
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