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.
In an interview with the Tert.am electronic news agency, RSC Senior Analyst David Shahnazaryan noted that the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president will not result in any direct or substantive changes in Armenian-U.S. relations.
In his latest column for Agos (Hrant Dink's newspaper in Istanbul), RSC Director Richard Giragosian assessed the implications on U.S. foreign policy from the Trump victory (in Turkish).
In an interview with the Armenian “Lragir” news agency, RSC Analyst Mikayel Zolyan offered his assessment of the impact on Armenia of the American presidential election, noting that the incoming Trump Administration will most likely be less engaged in the South Caucasus, although the foundation of Armenian-American relations will remain generally strong.
In an interview for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s (RFE/RL) Armenian Service immediately after the results of the U.S. presidential election, RSC Director Giragosian offered his own perspective. The interview, conducted in English, was dubbed into Armenian.
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