World history is full of precedents where armed conflict between the two countries has spiraled into multiparty conflict; this is how the two great wars were born. It is the fear under which the world breathes. Today once again, the world finds itself amidst a conflict. Conflict in the Caucasus between two former Soviet Republics of Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region is making headlines. The extension of war to Turkey and Russia also depends on how Armenia and Azerbaijan fare in the battleground in the next few days.
In a world of collective existence and mutual-cooperation, Brexit is indeed the stunning news. But it happened, called “Dawn of a new era” with promises of “real national renewal.” The quest is still a nightmare for populists that are emotionally driven with empty slogans. But realities help those who never live in logical fallacies and idealism.