This panel discussion of the International Institute for Peace, taking place on the 27th November in Vienna, will delve into the recent escalation of the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, a topic that has profound implications for the South Caucasus region and beyond. The panel aims to explore the future of the conflict, the possibility of further military escalation, the roles of external powers like Russia, Turkey, and the EU, and the current situation of Karabakh Armenians. This discussion aligns with the Euro-Mediterranean focus by addressing regional security, geopolitical dynamics, and the impact of the conflict on broader European neighborhood stability. The event targets a Euro-Mediterranean audience, not just an Austrian one, in line with the directive to implement activities at a Euro-Mediterranean level.
More information can be found here.