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.” The article, in Armenian, refers to 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 reveals confidential detailed information about the Armenian armed forces.
The following is a compilation of select electronic versions of Giragosian’s articles as published in The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief.
In the third article for the “RSC Guest Analysis” publication series, RSC Resident Fellow Marine Sarsgyan presents an analysis of the military alliances and security trajectories of the three countries of the South Caucasus. Sargsyan is a Doctoral Student at Leiden University in the Netherlands and holds a six-month RSC Fellowship, working in our office in Yerevan.
In the wake of the recent announcement of a new pro-government coalition, the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series assesses the domestic political situation in Armenia. RSC Analyst Mikayel Zolyan offers his own unique assessment, entitled “Consolidating Power: Armenia’s Ruling Elite Prepares for a Transition to a Parliamentary Republic.”
Timed with the 22 February International Day in Support of Victims of Crimes, we are pleased to release the latest in our “RSC Staff Analysis” publication series, with RSC Research Intern Lilit Simonyan tackling the difficult but pressing issue of domestic violence in Armenia. The article, entitled “Armenia: Domestic Violence or Just Family Problems?” offers unique insights into the problem and most urgently, calls for the criminalization of domestic violence in Armenia.
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