Just spotted this recent Doonesbury. (Keep cliicking on "next" to read the whole sequence. It's mildly amusing.)
Now, "Berzerkistan" is obviously inspired by Turkmenistan, which does indeed share a land boundary with Iran and which was indeed, until recently, run by a maniac. However, the country on the map -- with mountains, lakes, and a 19-mile boundary with Iran -- resembles Armenia. (Well, insofar as it resembles anyplace, which it doesn't much).
Apropos of nothing, I've been reading Doonesbury for over thirty years now. Dang.