Australia does not behave as a "good international citizen" anymore, but this is a strategic adaptation to a more demanding regional environment. With a challenging Indo-Pacific and declining US leadership, Canberra should engage strategically with long-overlooked states in the region.
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Armenia and Azerbaijan are embroiled in a bloody fight over the Nagorno-Karabakh enclave, officially recognised as Azerbaijani territory since 1993. The problem is that the majority of those living inside the enclave are ethnic Armenians, and they would much rather live under Armenian rule.