Armenia is once again on edge as fears of another war with Azerbaijan grow. 

The two countries have a long-standing conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which has resulted in several wars and numerous casualties over the years. 

The recent buildup of military forces and the resumption of hostilities in 2020 have reignited concerns of a renewed conflict.

The conflict has deep roots in history, as both Armenia and Azerbaijan have historical claims to the Nagorno-Karabakh region. 

The region has a predominantly Armenian population and was part of Azerbaijan during the Soviet era, leading to tensions between the two countries.

In 2020, Azerbaijan launched a military offensive against Nagorno-Karabakh, which lasted for six weeks and resulted in the loss of thousands of lives. 

Armenia ultimately agreed to a ceasefire, but the situation remains fragile, with sporadic skirmishes and violations reported in the region.

The recent movements of troops and military hardware have further fueled concerns of another war. 

Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of amassing troops and weapons along the border, while Azerbaijan has accused Armenia of violating the ceasefire by targeting its positions.

The international community has called for calm and urged both sides to engage in dialogue to resolve the conflict peacefully.