A sign of how far the Jewish state has come—and a strategic necessity.
A conflict with implications for the U.S. and the Middle East.
Iran is fomenting hatred in both Azerbaijan and Armenia.
Despite their differences, the two countries both see Iran as a threat.
A counterweight against Russia and Iran.
And bad news for Iran.
Situated between Russia and Iran, Azerbaijan could be a key partner in the struggle for Eurasia. And a stronger alliance between Washington and Baku could benefit Jerusalem, too.
Keeping the EU and U.S. out, and Moscow in.
How should Jerusalem respond?
Against a simplistic narrative.
Beyond bullets and band-aids.
Vladimir Putin proves himself to be the regional power broker.
Turkey and a restive minority further complicate an already complicated situation.
Friend or foe?