The First Anniversary of the Nagorno-Karabakh War: Post-war Prospects for the Region

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The Circle Foundation hosted a webinar on the first anniversary of the Nagorno-Karabakh war and the implications for the region.
During the 44-day conflict, which ended under a November 10 deal, Azerbaijan liberated several cities and nearly 300 settlements and villages from Armenian army occupation.

The use of armed drones by Azerbaijan has enabled them to reach a decisive victory. The resounding success of Armed Drones in the Nagorno-Karabakh War marks what many consider to be a turning point in modern warfare.

The conflict has largely ended the Armenian occupation of some Azerbaijani territory, however, the situation on the ground is still fragile. 
We answered the questions, What are the prospects for renewed fighting? Will Azerbaijan, Armenia, and local populations respect the cease-fire agreement and accept the sustained presence of Russian peacekeepers in the conflict zone?
Panel Speakers: 
– Ambassador Elin Suleymanov- Azerbaijan Ambassador UK – 
– Prof Taras Kuzio – Department of Political Science, National University of Kyiv 
Mohyla Academy and Non-Resident Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute, Johns Hopkins University – 
– Dr Ali Bakir – Research Assistant Professor at the Ibn Khaldon Center for Humanities and Social Sciences at Qatar University. 
– Turan Gafarli – TRT World Researcher  

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