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“Nagorno-Karabakh: The War is Over but the Conflict Isn’t” Interview with veteran Armenia-watcher Jirair Tutunjian

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We talked with Jirair Tutunjian about the historical roots, the current situation and the future perspective of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.Jirair Tutunjian is a Canadian-Armen

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David
November 18, 2020

Great interview.

Full of facts that mainstream media won’t report.

Many thanks, Duran.

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I think I know what the Kraken is