Analysis: Russia becomes a central force in South Caucasus

Russia has negotiated a peace deal between Azerbaijan and Armenia, bringing to an end six weeks of conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. FRANCE 24’s chief foreign editor Robert Parsons, says Russian foreign policy turned the odds in the conflict. Not only has the country effectively demonstrated its continuing centrality to any deal in the region between Armenia and Azerbaijan, but now also has in place 2000 peacekeepers.