RSC SPECIAL BRIEFING: THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S. FOREIGN POLICY

RSC SPECIAL BRIEFING: THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S. FOREIGN POLICY

On 11 November, the Regional Studies Center (RSC), an independent think tank in Armenia, held a Special Briefing assessing the implications for U.S. foreign policy from the newly elected Trump Administration.

The briefing focused on three main areas: (1) an analysis of the likely course of U.S. policy in the South Caucasus region, including a possible shift in policy over the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict; (2) an assessment of the impact of the incoming Trump Administration on U.S. relations with Russia and the broader Eurasian region, including its likely stance on U.S. support for Ukraine and Georgia, as well as on the issue of democracy promotion; and (3)    a wider assessment of possible shifts in U.S. foreign policy regarding Turkey, Iran and the Middle East, but also focusing on the outlook for Trump policies toward NATO, the European Union and Euro-Atlantic security.

 http://regional-studies.org/images/pr/2016/november/11-1/Assessing_Trump_Foreign_Policy_11.11.16.pdf