Opinion: Armenia-Azerbaijan peace talks reach critical make or break point

Many consider that negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan, "nearly three years after the start of the 2020 Karabakh War, are at a make or break point," writes Onnik James Krikorian for commonspace.eu.

"But there are some positive signs as well. Despite a tendency towards erratic behaviour, Prime Minister Pashinyan continues to hint at the possibility of a deal as does President Ilham Aliyev. Whether both have the political will to do so is simply a matter for discussion and debate."

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