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Between A Rock And A Hard Place: Iran’s Dilemma In Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Between A Rock And A Hard Place: Iran’s Dilemma In Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

In a country where a quarter of the population belongs to the Azeri ethnicity, over 400 miles of border are shared with Azerbaijan and the official version of Islam in both countries is Shiism, it shouldn’t be a very difficult choice to make when the northern neighbor goes to war.

However, there are many reasons for Iran to think twice before siding with Azerbaijan in its recent conflict with Armenia.

Armenia shares about 27 miles of border with the Islamic Republic and plays a positive role as the only Christian neighbor to the sanction-laden country…

To read more visit Al-Monitor.

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