// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2020. no. III (ÕLVIII). P. 139-147
Abstract. In July 2020 military clashes took place at the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan. The escalation of tension just at the border of two countries and not in Nagorno-Karabakh assigns the conflict an interstate status. As a result, a hair-trigger situation can be on track in South Caucasus, because Armenia is a member of Collective Security Treaty Organization, and Azerbaijan is actively supported by Turkey.
Keywords: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh, Russia, Turkey, border conflict
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