Jack Watling on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

As featured in Washington Times

Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict


“If you’re going to spend your money today, it’s providing those layers of protections to make sure you can deploy those systems,” said Jack Watling, research fellow in land warfare at London’s Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security Studies. “It’s not the tank. It’s the air defense system … the things that go around it.” The Armenian military, he said, “didn’t have all of the components you needed to protect their force” and paid the price.