RSC STAFF ANALYSIS: “SHOWDOWN IN THE BALTICS? A RED LINE FOR RUSSIA-NATO RELATIONS”
In the latest in our series of RSC Staff Papers, entitled, “Showdown in the Baltics? A Red Line for Russia-NATO Relations,” RSC Fellow Kathleen C. Weinberger assesses the Russian threat to the ... Read News
RSC STAFF ANALYSIS: “RUSSIAN HARD POWER IN THE SOUTH CAUCASUS”
In the latest in our series of RSC Staff Papers, entitled, “Russian Hard Power in the South Caucasus,” RSC Resident Fellow Kathleen C. Weinberger offers an innovative analysis of the main drive... Read News
RSC STAFF ANALYSIS OF PROPOSED ARMENIAN CONSTITUTIONAL REFORMS
In the latest in our series of RSC Staff Papers, two RSC staff members offered a fresh analysis of various aspects of the ongoing discussion in Armenia over the government’s plans to amend the Ar... Read News
US INTELLIGENCE REPORTS TO CONGRESS ON WORLD WIDE THREAT ASSESSMENT
As part of an annual series of US Congressional hearings, two senior intelligence community officials testified at an open hearing before the US Senate Armed Services Committee on 26 February, repo... Read News
RSC STAFF ANALYSIS ON DOMESTIC ARMENIAN POLITICS
In the latest in our series of RSC Staff Papers, Dr. Haykak Arshamyan offered his assessment of recent political developments related to the confrontation between the ruling Republican Party and th... Read News
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As a leading think tank based in Armenia, the RSC conducts research and analysis and develops policy initiatives aimed at bolstering political and economic reform and conflict resolution in the broader South Caucasus region. The RSC strives to elevate political discourse and deepen civic activism while broadening engagement in the public policy process. In this way, the RSC partners with various actors and decision makers, including civil society, international organizations, the private sector, academia and state institutions.
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In the latest in our series of RSC Staff Papers, entitled, “Showdown in the Baltics? A Red Line for Russia-NATO Relations,” RSC Fellow Kathleen C. Weinberger assesses the Russian threat to the security of the three Baltic States: Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, with an added analysis of the implications for NATO, the EU and Russia in the event of a possible escalation of conflict.
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As a contributor to the Carnegie Europe’s series of analytical articles in Judy Dempsey’s Strategic Europe, Regional Studies center (RSC) Analyst Dr. Mikayel Zolyan authored a “Letter from Yerevan,” offering his innovative assessment of the view of EU foreign policy from Armenia.
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RSC Director Richard Giragosian was a guest on the weekly talk show hosted by Hrair Tamrazian, the Director of the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s (RFE/RL) Armenian Service on 4 October. Joined by journalist Hakob Badalyan, Giragosian discussed the recent week’s events, including the Armenian president’s attendance at the UN General Assembly meeting in New York and visit to Washington, as well as developments related to the set of proposed amendments to the Armenian constitution and the escalation of tension and recent surge in fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh. The 40-minute talk show was in Armenian, with Giragosian’s English-language analysis dubbed into Armenian.