Publications

Oxford Analytica

The following is a compilation of select electronic versions of Giragosian’s articles as published in The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief.

 

2015

“Armenia could be 'bridge' if Iran opens to the world,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 12 November 2015

“Armenian government may win risky referendum,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 12 October 2015

“Armenian murders show unequal relations with Russia,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 31 March 2015

“Constitutional reform will be Armenia’s dividing line,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 18 March 2015

 

2011-2014

“More Armenian-Azerbaijani border incidents may follow,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 27 January 2014

“New Armenian party poses greatest challenge in years,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 17 December 2013

“Russian pressure may limit Armenia’s defence options,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 18 November 2013

“Azerbaijani minister's exit suggests defence re-set,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 28 October 2013

“New style of protest spreads to Armenia,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 30 July 2013

“Armenian-Azerbaijani war for Karabakh might resume,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 12 June 2012

“Hazing could subvert military reform in Armenia,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 3 February 2012

“Azerbaijan’s frontline weakness raises Karabakh risks,” Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, 14 September 2011

RSC “GUEST ANALYSIS” ON MILITARY ALLIANCES IN SOUTH CAUCASUS

In the third article for the “RSC Guest Analysis” publication series, RSC Resident Fellow Marine Sarsgyan presents an analysis of the military alliances and security trajectories of the three countries of the South Caucasus. Sargsyan is a Doctoral Student at Leiden University in the Netherlands and holds a six-month RSC Fellowship, working in our office in Yerevan.

RSC STAFF ANALYSIS OF DOMESTIC ARMENIAN POLITICS

In the wake of the recent announcement of a new pro-government coalition, the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series assesses the domestic political situation in Armenia. RSC Analyst Mikayel Zolyan offers his own unique assessment, entitled “Consolidating Power: Armenia’s Ruling Elite Prepares for a Transition to a Parliamentary Republic.”

RSC STAFF ANALYSIS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN ARMENIA

Timed with the 22 February International Day in Support of Victims of Crimes, we are pleased to release the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series, with RSC Research Intern Lilit Simonyan tackling the difficult but pressing issue of domestic violence in Armenia. The article, entitled “Armenia: Domestic Violence or Just Family Problems?” offers unique insights into the problem and most urgently, calls for the criminalization of domestic violence in Armenia.

RSC “GUEST ANALYSIS” ON ARMENIAN-UKRAINIAN RELATIONS

In the second in our new “RSC Guest Analysis” publication series, contributing analysts Armenak Minasyants and Iryna Bakhcheva presented a new assessment of Armenian-Ukrainian relations. The joint article, entitled “Armenian–Ukrainian Relations: Common Challenges and Different Visions,” also includes additional recommendations on how best to repair and restore the relationship.