India’s Stake in the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
By Seamus Duffy
Armenia is a crucial player in the planned International North-South Transportation Corridor. Its defeat will require India to adjust its strategy for the South Caucasus.
The High Costs of India’s INSTC Ambitions
By Seamus Duffy
The country risks being pulled into the middle of ongoing tensions between the West and Israel on the one hand and Iran on the other.
India’s Turn Toward Armenia
By Lilit Hayrapetyan
What is behind India's recent outreach to Armenia, including the first-ever visit by an Indian foreign minister?
What Taiwan’s Military Can Learn From the Armenia-Azerbaijan War
By Eric Chan
Taiwan can take valuable lessons from the role of drones, decoys, and flexible thinking in the conflict.
The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Diplomatic Repercussions for Pakistan
By Shahid Hussain
While Nagorno-Karabakh is over 2,000 kilometers from Pakistan’s borders, its conflicts may have a lasting effect on Pakistan’s diplomacy.
Tanks vs. Drones Isn’t Rock, Paper, Scissors
By Jacob Parakilas
Unmanned combat air vehicles have notched up kills against armored fighting vehicles all over the world. Does it mean the end of the tank?
Can China Broker the Resolution of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict?
By Vasif Huseynov
China’s expanding economic ties with the two sides of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict give Beijing important leverage to push for quick resolution.
Can Japan and India Counter China in the Caucasus?
By Areg Galstyan
Japan and India's growing connections to Armenia could form a new factor of influence.
Azerbaijan's Growing Military Cooperation With Pakistan
By Fuad Shahbazov
Baku is seeking out increased defense imports from Pakistan, including JF-17 aircraft.