By orchestrating the closure of the only link between Nagorno-Karabakh and the outside world, Azerbaijan is creating a quickly escalating humanitarian crisis. With the absence of serious international reaction, the stage is set for the last stage of ethnic cleansing of the civilian population.
Martin Makaryan, Guest Author
Martin Makaryan is the Vice Chair of All-Armenian Student Association and a recent UCLA graduate set to begin his graduate studies in international affairs at SAIS at Johns Hopkins University in Fall 2023. His areas of interest are U.S. foreign policy, European security, post-Soviet conflicts and geopolitics.
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