17 November 2003 Central Asia’s games with frontiers are leading to wars with tears–economically, politically, and socially. A map of Armenia and Azerbaijan might look complex. To the right, there is the little exclave of Armenians in the once-Azeri, now nominally “independent” region of Nagorno-Karabakh, and to the left, there is a Nakhichevan, stranded between […]

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