United Nations Security Council
The United Nations Security Council is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations and is charged with ensuring international peace and security, recommending the admission of new UN members to the General Assembly, and approving any changes to the UN Charter.
Nagorno-Karabakh: Procurement of Peace and Stability in Eurasia
As this ethnic and territorial conflict is prolonged, the harder it gets to the possibility of peace being established. This longest-running conflict in post-Soviet Eurasia was evoked by the demand of ethnic Armenians inhabiting the Nagorno - Karabakh to transfer the region from Soviet Azerbaijan to Armenia. Attributed by the dissolution of Uni Soviet, a war sparked between the majority ethnic Armenians and the Republic of Azerbaijan. Since then until 2016, there were numerous periodic, yet deadly incidents among those actors which then burst into a full-fledged war in September 2020.
Nonetheless, it does not mean that peace nor stability is a utopian mission. In fact, the parties have shown significant gesture toward peace by agreeing on a cease-fire deal brokered by the Russian Federation that ended the 2020 war. Regardless of the nature of the deal that yields unsustainable and lopsided peace, that step has opened the pathway to further talks upon sustainable peace and stability. In order to actualize the idea, all relevant and impacted parties must envision the prospect of this conflict in their region, Eurasia, to avert any escalation.