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RSC BRIEFING ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ARMENIA & WIDER REGION

RSC BRIEFING ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ARMENIA & WIDER REGION

10-12 July 2024

As part of our regular series of monthly briefings, the Regional Studies Center (RSC) convened a briefing on 10 July to assess recent developments in Armenia and the wider South Caucasus region.  The Austrian, Canadian, Swedish and Swiss ambassadors attended, along with diplomatic staff from the Embassies of Germany, Poland, Romania, the European Union Delegation to Armenia, officials from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Council of Europe, and several prominent local Armenian experts and analysts.

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RSC BRIEFING ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ARMENIA

RSC BRIEFING ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ARMENIA

As part of our regular series of monthly briefings, the Regional Studies Center (RSC) convened a briefing on 27 May to assess recent developments in Armenia and the wider South Caucasus region.  The Ambassadors from Brazil and Canada, as well as diplomatic staff from the Embassies of Argentina, Austria, Czechia, the European Delegation, France, Poland, Serbia and Switzerland, as well as officials from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) also attended.

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RSC STUDY TRIP TO TURKEY

RSC STUDY TRIP TO TURKEY

The RSC convened a briefing on 6 March to report on a recent study visit to Turkey on 25 February-3 March.  This special briefing assessed the outlook for Armenia-Turkey “normalization.”  The participants in the RSC Study Visit to Turkey, which included events, meetings and activities in both Istanbul and Ankara, included three staff from Radio Azatutyun: Nane Sahakyan, Tatevik Lazaryan and Ani Sardaryan), and two RSC staff: Zara Sahakyan and Laetitia de Montgolfier.

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RSC BRIEFING ON ARMENIA ADJUSTING TO NEW POST-WAR REALITY

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In the latest in a series of monthly briefings, our think tank, the Regional Studies Center (RSC), convened a session on 22 February to assess recent developments in Armenia and the wider South Caucasus region, with a specific focus on the state of diplomacy between Armenia and Azerbaijan, the outlook for Armenia-Turkey “normalization.”

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RSC Monthly Analytical Briefing

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Following a staff visit to Turkey, the Regional Studies Center (RSC) convened its latest monthly analytical briefing on 1 March, with a focus on recent developments related to Armenia-Turkey “normalization” and “earthquake diplomacy.”  The briefing also offered an assessment of the Azerbaijani-imposed siege of Nagorno Karabakh, the state of diplomacy between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and broader issues of Armenian-Russian relations and Western (EU and US) engagement in the region.  RSC staff, including RSC Research Fellow Emily Babakanian Frazier and Project Manager Zara Sahakyan, coordinated the briefing by RSC Director Richard Giragosian.  Project partners from CivilNet and the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) working with the RSC on Armenia-Turkey normalization were also present.