A long-standing territorial rift between Armenia and Azerbaijan turned deadly, leaving dozens of soldiers dead in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, and neighbors and related organizations have called for de-escalation. But can this long-running conflict be resolved, a question European countries and other nations are scrambling to answer. What is the crux of the problem, and why has the Minsk Group failed to resolve the conflict, despite years of negotiation? What are some potential solutions, and is a resolution likely? What is Russia’s role in the region? Join us for a discussion with Cui Hongjian, Director of the Department for European Studies at the China Institute of International Studies, Dmitry Babich, political analyst from Sputnik International news agency, Lukasz Kulesa, Research Director at the European Leadership Network, and Pavel Felgenhauer, current affairs commentator from Moscow.
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