The Afghan campaign has become a key feature in Caucasian relations with the West. Its end may have significant effects.
With Saakashvili and Ivanishvili leaving the stage, where will the Caucasian republic go?
Armenia and Azerbaijan have taken very different paths. So why does Washington lump them together?
Those who ignore Russia's internal worries won't understand its Syria policy—or spot a common ground.
Should Washington extend a military guarantee that might require going to war against a nuclear-armed power over issues of minimal interest to America?
Russia is getting closer to Azerbaijan, and the United States is doing nothing.
It's in American interests to support the Caucasian republic.
Leaving Afghanistan mustn't lead to general neglect.
Georgia joining NATO would be bad for NATO. And Georgia's NATO campaign has been bad for Georgia.
The Azeri-Armenian dispute has growing strategic implications for America thanks to natural gas.
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