American analyst thinks US should get actively involved in South Caucasus
By Messenger Staff
Tuesday, October 25The director of John Hopkins Institute of Central Asia and the Caucasus, Frederick Star, criticized the activities of the OSCE Minsk group which is involved in resolving the Karabakh conflict as it has not yielded any significant result for the past 20 years. Star thinks that the US should get involved in processes more actively as so far neither the Minsk group nor the efforts of Russian President Dimitri Medvedev resulted in a significant outcome. Star thinks that the US should be involved more actively in South Caucasus problems and it should protect the independence and sovereignty of the South Caucasus countries.