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Nov 12 2008

Will Obama Resolve The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict?

Could Barack Obama figure out a way to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict and promote Armenian security by seeking an end to the Turkish and Azerbaijani blockades.

The Armenian government will seek help from the United States if it is pressured to give up Azerbaijani territories without obtaining guarantees that the Nagorno-Karabakh Armenians will be able to hold a referendum on their future status.

Some experts in Azerbaijan and Armenia believe that Russia might try to secure a substantial military presence in the conflict zone as part of the future peacekeeping force that is to be deployed once a peace agreement is signed. Azerbaijan will most probably seek support from the United States in ensuring that Russian troops do not return to Azerbaijan.

The Georgian experience has demonstrated that once they come, they are unlikely to leave peacefully.

Peace is a good thing between all countries and if Obama can resolve this conflict through politics and not war, I believe that other countries will follow and hopefully find some peace for us Americans. This is something that Obama stated to the Armenian-American community and I believe that he will follow through.

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