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Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict Could Drag in Russia and Turkey

The New York Times’ Andrew Kramer and Chatham House’s Laurence Broers join Deep Dish to examine the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
A bomb going off in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict.
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Last weekend, fighting broke out in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, reigniting a frozen conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The New York Times’ Andrew Kramer and Chatham House’s Laurence Broers join Deep Dish to examine what the conflict could mean for the region and Russia’s broader competition with Turkey for power.

About the Guests
Andrew Kramer
Reporter, The New York Times
Andrew Kramer is a reporter for the New York Times.
Laurence Broers
Programme Director & Fellow, Chatham House
Laurence Broers is the Caucasus programme director and conciliation resources and associate fellow for the Russia & Eurasia Programme at Chatham House.
Vice President, Studies
Council expert Brian Hanson
Brian Hanson is the Vice President of Studies at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs with expertise in policy and politics. He oversees the Council's research operations and hosts the weekly podcast, Deep Dish on Global Affairs.
Council expert Brian Hanson
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