A police officer stands in front of a residential building that was supposedly damaged by shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh’s main city of Stepanakert. Photo: AFP A police officer stands in front of a residential building that was supposedly damaged by shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh’s main city of Stepanakert. Photo: AFP
A police officer stands in front of a residential building that was supposedly damaged by shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh’s main city of Stepanakert. Photo: AFP
Alessandro Arduino
Opinion

Opinion

Alessandro Arduino

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict offers insight into the new art of war

  • Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan represents a possible third front involving Russian and Turkish proxies, after Syria and Libya
  • It also highlights several disturbing trends, including the increased use of mercenaries and the role of social media in heightened tensions

A police officer stands in front of a residential building that was supposedly damaged by shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh’s main city of Stepanakert. Photo: AFP A police officer stands in front of a residential building that was supposedly damaged by shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh’s main city of Stepanakert. Photo: AFP
A police officer stands in front of a residential building that was supposedly damaged by shelling in Nagorno-Karabakh’s main city of Stepanakert. Photo: AFP
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