As Australia considers the voice of its Indigenous peoples, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, in the upcoming referendum, concerning constitutional recognition and establishing a Voice, another Indigenous people across the globe is having its voice silenced.
Artsakh also known as Nagorno-Karabagh, a small enclave located between Armenia and Azerbaijan with a population of 120,000 people, is an Armenian-populated area that remained autonomous during Soviet times, and is now faced annihilation of its existence.
A ceasefire signed in 2020, resulted in the enclave being completely closed off from neighbouring Armenia – through the imposition of a blockade by Azerbaijan on what is known...
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