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Posted inCaucasusRegions

Feeling Left Out

Since the 1994 cease-fire, the mood in Nagorno-Karabakh has become increasingly gloomy and frustrated. by Irina Sargsyan STEPANAKERT, Nagorno-Karabakh–When a friend from Yerevan came to visit last year, we took a walk around the city–which, in spite of the authorities’ ambitious plans to impart the “charm” of Western capitals, still looks like the provincial, dim […]