The peace deal could set a precedent for the ongoing conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh by Emil Danielyan YEREVAN–The effects of the war in Yugoslavia may not be a problem preoccupying the average Armenian these days. But government officials and politicians in Yerevan are keeping a close eye on developments in the Balkans that will likely have […]

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