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New war, new challenges: Nagorno Karabakh seeks its place after the war in South Ossetia

The recent events in South Ossetia have changed the status quo in the South Caucasus, forcing serious thought over what the future will hold for the region – including Karabakh.

Right after the beginning of Russian-Georgian fighting in Tskhinvali, Karabakhi people had only one thought - to stop the bloodshed and prevent it from spreading over the whole territory of the South Caucasus. Later, when Russia recognized the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, came the realization that they have to see the newly formed geopolitical situation in proper perspective and not miss the chance to achieve international recognition of NKR’s independence

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08.09.2008 09:38
Every nation has a devine right to be independent so does the pepople of NKR. Why Kosovo can be independent and other nations such as South Osetia, Abkhazia and NKR do not have the same right.???The leaders of the world do not want to have the esteblished order to be disturbed.
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08.09.2008 02:34
Is the ARF also going to recognize the so called Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus? After all there's hardly any difference between Kosovo and TRNC.
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