Jack Watling discusses the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Related Categories: Democracy and Governance; Military Innovation; Warfare; Central Asia; Caucasus

"The six-week Nagorno-Karabakh war, fought through the Autumn of 2020, may have been principally of local significance politically, but highlights changes in the viability of the use of force as an instrument of statecraft in a new era of great power competition. Extrapolation from the conflict should not be taken too far, but the democratization of precision strike and the constraints imposed on the use of air power pose serious questions for many European medium powers". 

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