Video Duration 24 minutes 10 seconds
Armenia and Azerbaijan are blaming each other for new skirmishes near the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
The area is recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but is mainly controlled by ethnic Armenians.
Two Karabakh soldiers and an Azerbaijani soldier were killed in a district under the supervision of Russian peacekeepers.
The latest violence has prompted calls for calm from Russia, NATO and the European Union.
Both sides accuse each other of violating the 2020 ceasefire.
So can the truce hold up and prevent a new conflict?
Presenters: Mohammed Jamjoom
Richard Giragosian – Director of the Center for Regional Studies in Yerevan, Armenia
Matthew Bryza – Former US ambassador and mediator on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
Fariz Ismailzade – Vice-Chancellor, Diplomatic Academy of Azerbaijan