The world may even be on the brink of nuclear war. David Babayan
09:30, Tuesday, 31 May, 2022
Artsakh, its very existence, is the among the most important factors in maintaining regional and even global geopolitical balance. If there was no Artsakh, the geopolitical landscape of Transcaucasia would radically change, and after that the same would take place also in the adjacent regions. This would lead to the situation where maintaining the geopolitical balance by traditional means (a system of geostrategic checks and balances, etc.) will be practically impossible. This will lead to an open, tough and direct confrontation between the centers of power. And what can happen when it is impossible maintain the geopolitical balance by traditional means and when the great global and regional powers will openly clash with each other? I think the answer is very clear. The world may even be on the brink of nuclear war.