World miniwar: coordinated conflicts may be ignited in Caucasus, Donbass, elsewhere – analyst | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

World miniwar: coordinated conflicts may be ignited in Caucasus, Donbass, elsewhere – analyst

Analyst: West may launch dual proxy wars in Caucasus, Donbass this spring

Over the weekend a penetrating analysis by Lebanese scholar Yeghia Tashjian appeared on the Armenian Weekly website under the title Aliyev, once again, threatens Armenia with war, referring to the president of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev.

Less than three months after the end of the 44-day war waged by Azerbaijan and Turkey against minuscule Nagorno-Karabakh last year, the two countries – whose joint motto is “one nation, two states” – conducted military exercises in Turkish city of Kars, near the border with Armenia.

Tashjian also mentioned the large-scale four-day war games that would commence today in Azerbaijan, which according to today’s Azerbaijani press include 10,000 troops, 100 tanks, 200 missiles and 30 planes and drones. That arsenal alone would be more than sufficient to attack and subjugate what’s left of Nagorno-Karabakh (the Republic of Artsakh), which lost 300 towns, villages and settlements last year, and the scale of the ongoing drills indicates that Baku, with inevitable Turkish guidance and assistance, is training for war with Armenia next.

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