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Armenia Azerbaijan war conflict Explained | International Relations UPSC Current Affairs

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This video will explain everything you have to know about the geopolitical war / conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, why the two countries are fighting and how it will affect the economies of many countries.

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There are no friends or enemies. Only interests. Well said man.

Author — Henry Ocean

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Henry Kissinger: “America has no permanent friends or enemies, only interests”

Author — Sue Pasha

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like those who want amit sir to make crash course on world history 😍

Author — madan mohan

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Plz let me know about the softwares that have been used to create such a wonderful video

Author — Aditya Chourasiya

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Sir plz make one video on ancient and medieval history also sir

Author — Lakshman Vajjakeshavula

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Straight to the point, while giving us a clear display of all the information available without any bias. Subscribed.

Author — Jordi Penas Mur

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Interesting analysis. Mainstream media would never talk about the pipelines from Azerbaijan. They either omit that info because they want to dumb it down for us Americans especially, or omit it to prevent us from knowing. I was going to watch a video about the Transnistria conflict next!

Author — jacques mesrine

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When you trust the info given in this video more than majority of the news channels

Author — 90's Kid

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Amit, thank you for your efforts - the video is quite informative. Just would like to mark on 2 issues: 1) Refugees of 1 mln people during 1988-1992 were ethnic azerbaijanis. And it was the cost of 120k armenian's willing for so called self-determination. 2) Turkey is supporting Azerbaijan morally and the reason is not religion. Azerbaijanis are also turks and speak the same language (surely with minor differences) as turkish people in Turkey. Iran is also muslim country, but hiddenly supports Armenia. From Azerbaijani side russian, jew, lezgi, avar, etc.citizens of the country are fighting for liberation of Karabakh. So it has nothing to do with the religion.

P.S. the conflict started in early 1987 when azerbaijanis living in Armenia SSR forced by armenians to leave their homeland. During 1987-1989 azerbaijanis of 300k approximately became refugee and left their homeland in the territory of Armenia SSR.

Author — Asim Mammadov

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Thanks for the explanation. Had no idea this was going on, we have 0 reports of it here in Canada. Very sad.

Author — KingDennisJensen

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This was explained flawlessly, Thank you for this sir. The video was Brilliant

Author — Triveni Bhosale

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Hello could you go over quantitative easing which has been used in many countries to stimulate their economies.

Author — bematthy

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Thank you for this explanation, but it includes a lot of important omissions and some mistakes.

Author — Zahirruh

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Sir, we are expecting a crash course on Ancient and Medieval India, the way you have made for modern. Fellow friends, comment if you have the same demand.

Author — kunal yashwantkar

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Sir, please make a vedio on geological time scale....sir it's confusing part of geography student.... please make 1 vedio of this topic.

Author — 55 PULAK BARMAN

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I found this video very informative. Thank you very much. "There are no friends or enemies, only interests"

Author — Nicholas Paauwe

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You are giving so many pleasant surprises ..that too in 2020 sir

Author — Lakshman Vajjakeshavula

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Thank you for the great, easy to understand, explanation!

Author — Ben Cur Music Productions

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More information in this video then I have heard from main stream news.
All they say is fighting.
Thanks for the upload.

Author — Barry McBride

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Thanks Amit, great overview of the geopolitical involvement and commercial interests involved in conflict. Your impartial analysis is appreciated by us located outside the region and trying to understand the conflict and its implications.

Author — Daniël B