Russia negotiated a cease-fire between Armenia and Azerbaijan but is it enough support?

Putin may be sympathetic to Armenia, but maybe not enough to save them from Erdogan.

Erdogan needs the oil and gas so rich in Azerbaijan but Nagorno-Karabah is essential to the Turkish pipe line do get it. This oil will help fund the neo-Ottoman Empire and now Putin has thrown a wrench into it. But how far is Russia willing to go to support Armenia? Probably not far enough, says Brad Johnson in this interview. What comes next then as the two countries regroup for the next battle?

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