Since our founding as an independent think tank in 2012, the Regional Studies Center (RSC) has been actively supporting “track two” dialogue and collaborative engagement between Armenia and Azerbaijan. As an independent think tank based in Armenia, our efforts and activities in support of Armenia-Azerbaijan engagement align with our record of work conducting a wide range of strategic analysis and objective research, implements a number of educational and policy-related projects, and develops policy initiatives aimed at bolstering political and economic reform and conflict resolution in the broader South Caucasus region.
As an independent think tank, the Regional Studies Center (RSC) conducts a wide range of strategic analysis and objective research, and implements a number of educational and policy-related projects. As a leading think tank based in Armenia, the RSC is actively engaged in supporting the Armenian-Turkish “normalization” process and works closely with other think tanks, research institutes and civil society organizations in both Armenia and Turkey.
1915 olaylarinin yildönümü olan 24 Nisan Türkiye ve Ermenistan'ın zaten uzunca bir süredir sorunlu ilişkileri açısından kritik bir tarih. Ancak artık bu tarihe biraz daha kritik bir anlam yükleniyor, zira olayların 100. yıldönümü olan 2015 yaklaşırken, Türkiye Ermenistan ilişkilerinin normalleşmesi için önemli bir fırsat olarak görülüyor. BBC Türkçe'den Onur Burçak Belli, Ermenistan Bölgesel Araştırmalar Merkezi Direktörü Richard Giragosian'la iki ülke ilişkilerine dair beklentileri konuştu..
The attached is an insightful article: “Is a Nuclear Deal with Iran Possible? An Analytical Framework for the Iran Nuclear Negotiations.”
Journal Article, International Security, volume 37, issue 3, page 52–91
Authors: James K. Sebenius, Gordon Donaldson Professor of Business Administration, HBS, Belfer Center Faculty Affiliate, Michael K. Singh