'No War Is Winnable': Obstacles To Peace Over Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Armenia and Azerbaijan blame each other after numerous breaches of a humanitarian cease-fire signed on October 10. Caucasus expert Thomas de Waal, a senior fellow with Carnegie Europe, and Aleksei Malashenko, the chief researcher at the Dialogue of Civilizations think tank, explain what obstacles exist to a lasting peace.

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