Nagorno-Karabakh possible testing ground for future conflicts – Analysis.


“The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh may seem like a remnant of the Soviet past in an unfamiliar part of the world. Yet the fierce fighting underway there could actually be a preview of the future…” The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict may be a testing ground for more powerful countries to observe and develop stronger military strategies and tactics in the future, Hal Brands, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, said on Thursday October 7th. “Small wars have historically served as dress rehearsals for bigger ones, because they offer a testing ground for emerging concepts and capabilities,” Brands said in a column for Bloomberg….

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