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.
Dr. Mikayel Zolyan, the author of the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series, assesses the complex trends and triggers of the recent Karabakh “four-day war.” The article, in English, also analyzes the larger context of the war, from the perspectives of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.
In the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series, Dr. Haykak Arshamyan examines the lessons from the four-day Karabakh war. The article, in Armenia, assesses the broader implications for the Armenian military and defense reform, as well as the performance of Armenian diplomacy, including several policy recommendations.
In the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series, Dr. Haykak Arshamyan examines the agendas of Armenia’s various political parties. In the article, published in Armenian and entitled, “Integration processes on the agenda of Armenian political parties,” Arshamyan argues that “the agendas of political forces in Armenia are mostly formed not on the basis of specific ideology (liberalism, conservatism, nationalism etc.), but are dependent on existing political, regional and geopolitical developments.”
In the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series, Dr. Haykak Arshamyan offered a new analysis entitled, “Information leak on Armenian Army or Russia's new strategy in the region.” This is the English-version of the original Armenian-language article, which assessed the implications of a recent analytical publication in the Russian weekly newspaper “Military-Industrial Courier,” where the deputy director of Institute of Political and Military Analysis Aleksandr Khramchikhin revealed confidential detailed information about the Armenian armed forces.
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