In an article for Global Risk Insights, RSC Director Richard Giragosian offered his analysis of likely shifts in American engagement in the former Soviet Union in an article entitled, “Trump’s plans: The outlook for U.S. foreign policy towards Eurasia.”
In the sixth article in our “RSC Guest Analysis” publication series, entitled “An Unnatural Nexus of Interests: The Israeli-Russian-Iranian Triad,” RSC Resident Fellow Lynette Hacopian presents a unique assessment of the convergence and conflict of interests in Syria and beyond between three major powers: Israel, Russia and Iran. Hacopian argues that in the wake of the Russian military intervention in Syria, the “future of Tehran-Moscow relations will be contingent upon gaining back and maintaining trust between the two countries, and uniting based on their shared interests, provided that a more structured and intensive relationship is established.” She concludes her analysis by noting that “while it is premature to tell where the long-term relationship between Russia and Iran is headed, their shared short-term goals will ensure the continuation of their temporary alliance and active engagement in joint military operations, at least until the power balance in Syria is determined.”
RSC Director Richard Giragosian’s article on the implications of the incoming Trump Administration on U.S. foreign policy, with a focus on Asia, was published by the Asian News Network, a Korean media outlet covering Asian news.
In an analytical article co-authored with Hrant Kostanyan, for the Brussels-based Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) entitled, “EU-Armenian Relations: Seizing the Second Chance,” RSC Richard Giragosian assesses the outlook for Armenia-EU relations, including the ongoing negotiations for a new legal framework for deepening ties and expanding economic and trade relations.
Writing in the September-October 2016 issue of the “Regional Post Caucasus” publication, RSC Analyst Mikayel Zolyan offered his analysis of the history and implementation of Armenian foreign policy over the course of the country’s 25 years of independence.
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