The longstanding conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, acknowledged internationally as part of Azerbaijan, has taken a dramatic turn in recent weeks. After a battle lasting less than a day, Azerbaijan proclaimed victory over the territory. In an unexpected move, ethnic Armenians not directly involved in the conflict were invited to remain, yet tens of thousands have chosen to leave, facing the harsh reality of permanent displacement.
This rapid transformation raises critical questions about the origins of this conflict, the swift turn of events, and the profound implications for the people directly impacted. As an era seemingly comes to an abrupt end, the world watches with a mix of concern and curiosity, wondering about the future of the region and its people.