For a few weeks between September and November 2020, the Western media buzzed with news of the second war of Artsakh (Karabagh) between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces. And yet few of their stories addressed the historical, political, and ethnic underpinnings of this long-standing conflict. By contrast, Soviet and Russian journalists have covered multiple “hot” and “cold” phases of the Karabagh conflict for decades, publishing unique eyewitness accounts and incisive, well-researched analysis. This carefully selected, translated, and edited collection of articles that have appeared in the Russian-language media since the Karabagh conflict began is available for the first time.
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Black Garden Aflame: The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict in the Soviet and Russian Press, Edited by Artyom Tonoyan (softcover)
SKU: TAE2007-030 Category: Religious