Few would deny that the resumption of hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh in late September 2020 caught the world by surprise. To be fair, Baku had always warned that the state of “no peace, no war” could not continue forever. However, an international community long distracted by other regions and conflicts last autumn suddenly had its attention forced upon a conflict so long in the “deep freeze” that policymakers would have been forgiven for having forgotten about it.
The purpose of this seminar, therefore, shall be to examine the possible options for the sides in securing a lasting settlement to a conflict that had defeated mediators for almost three decades.
Chair: Professor Carl Stychin, Director of IALS
Tags: IALS Fellow's Seminar
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