Ten Roots of Artsakh Problem, The

Paperback
(ISBN: 978-9939-9190-1-0)
$17.95
2019 Yerevan
103 pages
Size: 5 3/4" x 8"
Language(s): English

When Mother Armenia was weakened and conquered by outsiders because of internal mutinies and divisions, the Artsakh residents used to try smart diplomacy and their own resources to obtain a state-like order so as to achieve integrity. In certain cases, the Artsakhians created their autonomous kingdom. Artsakh-Karabakh, in fact, is a giant system of impregnable strongholds, that no force has ever managed to capture or take over. Here the tribal instinct of self-defense and self-determination is overpowering all other prerequisites of survival. The book relates 10 episodes within Artsakh’s 3rd millennia of independent or quasi-independent existence prior to its Declaration of Independence.

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