RSC “GUEST ANALYSIS” ON “RUSSIAN-TURKISH RAPPROCHMENT”

RSC “GUEST ANALYSIS” ON “RUSSIAN-TURKISH RAPPROCHMENT”

In the fourth article for the “RSC Guest Analysis” publication series, entitled “Russian-Turkish rapprochement: Implications for Armenia,” RSC Resident Fellow Alvard Sarsgyan presents an analysis of the recent summit meeting of the Russian and Turkish presidents, representing a new stage in bilateral relations and an apparent end to the conflict between Moscow and Ankara that was sparked by the November 2015 Turkish shoot down of a Russian military jet. A native of Karabakh, Ms. Sargsyan is a graduate student studying International Relations at Yerevan State University and started a six-month Resident Fellowship with the RSC on 1 August 2016.

This new “RSC Guest Analysis” publication series provides an opportunity for external research and analysis, with guest contributors covering a wide range of topics. The views expressed in these “Guest” publications do not necessarily reflect the views of the RSC.

http://regional-studies.org/images/pr/2016/august/10/RSC_Guest_Analysis_4_Alvard_Sargsyan_8.16.pdf