With Russian peacekeepers in Nagorny Karabakh, the region is Baku’s Achilles’ heel.
The two countries follow Ukraine’s bid, despite their own vulnerability to Russia.
Yerevan faces uncomfortable choice between political and diplomatic alliances.
Erdogan seeks the status of intermediary in resolving the current crisis.
The military alliance’s intervention in the Kazak crisis came in stark contrast to its inaction over Karabakh.
Arrests seen as a way for Kazak authorities to justify their claim that the clashes were sparked by external forces.
While Brussels is keen to provide technical help and mediation, its role can only go so far.
After decades of strained relations, why are they finally making serious moves towards re-opening ties?
Experts say that internal politics and a lack of strong reaction from the West have weakened response to ex head-of-state’s arrest.
Could Beijing's growing belligerence be a preparation for war?