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In autumn 2020, a six-week war in the South Caucasus reshaped the dynamics of a decades-old conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The dispute centers on the predominantly Armenian-populated region of Nagorno-Karabakh and surrounding territories internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan. A cease-fire agreement expedited by the Russian Federation introduced about 2,000 Russian troops into the conflict zone to serve as peacekeeping forces. The local and regional consequences of the autumn 2020 war continue to unfold.
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