The dispute over “Nagorno-Karabakh” continues and remains a threat to the region. It is promising that some on the left understand what is at stake.
"...There is no ‘victory’ in the war of competing nationalisms — except for those who profit from it. The glorification of war is deeply rooted in the patriarchy, the perpetuation of which depends on the very existence of nationalist war and its ideological hegemony. Another war means another wave of hate, closing doors to reconciliation and trust...", a left-wing group in Armenia has stated.
Their aspiration is "...of a post-nationalist, pluralist and sustainable cohabitation for the people of Caucasus within a life-oriented political ecology, through the creation of internationalist self-governed and autonomous communities in the region."
This concurs with the position of Rosa Luxemburg who had this to say why “self-determination for nations” was impossible in that part of the world. She pointed out that the only practical solution was administrative autonomy at the local level: