Armenians’ mass exodus from the contested region raises the specter of ethnic cleansing.
Test yourself on the week of Sept. 23: France makes moves in Niger, Egypt sets a date for presidential elections, and Armenians flee Nagorno-Karabakh.
Washington and Moscow care a lot about some post-Soviet conflicts—but are largely ignoring others.
“Pick your calamity,” said one former top U.S. diplomat.
America’s Unique Kind of Disenfranchisement
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Darcy Palder is a former intern at Foreign Policy.