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Editorial to Geostrategic Pulse 259 - Armenia - quo vadis?

Editorial to Geostrategic Pulse 259 - Armenia - quo vadis?

Armenia - quo vadis?
Corneliu PIVARIU

The developments in the former tiny Soviet Republic in the Caucasus were less covered by the international media in spite of major geopolitical events that have been taking place lately. Unjustly, we think since the economic, political and military situation in Armenia may have a great importance on the further developments not only in the Caucasus but also in the Middle East, on the Russian Federation’s relations with Europe, the USA and Turkey.

The former president Serzh Sarksyan, whose mandate expired on April 9th, 2018 tried a move similar to that of president Vladimir Putin by [...]

Published in 2018-05-20 Print Download

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