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  • if war broke out

    No one knows where a war will lead.

    If war broke out between azerbaijan and armenia, how far could it escalate?

    The military build up of azerbaijan isn't just going to be a sitting loaded gun.

    Russia commits to its agreement and comes to armenia's aid.

    Turkey does the same for azerbaijan? (Turkey may hesitate and contemplate)

    And if Russia attacks Turkey? (I doubt Russia would attack Turkey directly, provoking a NATO response, I think Turkey and Russia would try to keep it as localized as possible to the caucus and isolate the conflict without attacking one another's navy or mainland.)

    NATO vs Russia?

    If Aliyev gets crazy like Saakashvili, i don't think it's farfetched to contemplate the worst case scenario.
    Last edited by SoyElTurco; 01-22-2009, 05:45 PM.

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    Re: if war broke out

    You are a Turk, explain how it would be in Turkey's interests to attack Armenia or Russia?

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    • #3
      Re: if war broke out

      Originally posted by gmd View Post
      You are a Turk, explain how it would be in Turkey's interests to attack Armenia or Russia?
      we'd be helping our azeri brothers.

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      • #4
        Re: if war broke out

        Originally posted by SoyElTurco View Post
        we'd be helping our azeri brothers.
        You did last time so did pakistan and every pajama wearing fighters from the region and they couldn't defeat Armenian farmers. Basayev said that during his career as a fighter, he and his battalion only lost once, and that defeat came in Karabakh. Bring it on.

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        • #5
          Re: if war broke out

          Originally posted by SoyElTurco View Post
          we'd be helping our azeri brothers.
          Have you considered the risks compared to potential gains in such a choice?

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          • #6
            Re: if war broke out

            Originally posted by SoyElTurco View Post
            we'd be helping our azeri brothers.
            Sorry Turco, sentiments like this does not fly in real politics.

            At best, there would be Turkish men volunteering to go and die in Artsakh.

            I though you were smarter that this. What happened, Islam?
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            • #7
              Re: if war broke out

              turks you have to come to the conclusion that we Armenians are not going to dissipate. Persia learned that a millennia ago and learned to have a peaceful coexistence with Armenia/Armenians. Your turn to learn that now.

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                Re: if war broke out

                if new war broke out sure thing will be that more armenians will come for aid,but this time not like fedays this time will be full scale combats,now days armenia is more loved frome diaspora than ever cause now its not foreign soviet country now is there free armenia considering to be there's work to to protect it.
                You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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                • #9
                  Re: if war broke out

                  I think turco is bored and wants to rile things up.

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                  • #10
                    Re: if war broke out

                    okay, this went off topic. people haven't asnwered the question. i was wondering how far it could escalate. some intellectual exercising please.

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