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New opportunities in the South Caucasus after the 44-day war and China’s BRI

Authors: Araz Aslanlı and Yunis Sharifli The entry of the South Caucasus into the modern system of international relations coincided with the transformation of China...

Relegating the “Russia Problem” to Turkey

Turkey’s foreign policy is at a crossroads. Its Eurasianist twist is gaining momentum and looking east is becoming a new norm. Expanding its reach...

The US-Iran deal and its implications for the South Caucasus and Eastern Europe

The ongoing meetings between the US and Iran since the beginning of April in Vienna show new signs of progress. Abbas Araghchi, Iran's chief...

South Caucasus: Prospects and challenges

During an online conference on the current situation in the South Caucasus, hosted by Rossiya Segodnya news agency, the executive director of the “Eurasian...

Blue Ocean Strategy for South Caucasus

The recent arrival of Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh has underlined the difficulties for a number of international institutions–the United Nations (UN), the Organization for...

Recalibrating U.S. Attention in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus

Any strategy to counter Russia’s malign activities must start from the identification of simple truths. The first is that short of war, Russia does not...

China Political Risk Architecture Exposed in South Caucasus

China-Azerbaijan relations after the Second Karabakh War remain in passive mode. More widely, reactionary foreign policy has exposed China’s Belt and Road narrative as...

The Liberal Project and Its Relevance for Armenia

The relatively recent (2017) Hollywood blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok has a memorable scene of the heavenly kingdom of Asgard collapsing. A happenstance witness to and...

Dawn of great power competition in South Caucasus

The pace of geopolitical change in the South Caucasus is staggering, with the recent Karabakh war only underlining several major geopolitical trends in the...

The path to renewables is the path to lasting peace in the Caucasus

In early November, a cautious ceasefire was brokered between Azerbaijan and Armenia, ending one of the world’s longest-running and most intractable conflicts. The significance...

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Another chance, Armenia? Could we extend the current economic boom?

Authors: David Akopyan, Vasiliy Burov, Lev Freinkman* The Armenian economy...

Usha Vance’s Influence on the White House’s South Asia Policy

Usha Chilukuri Vance's ascent to prominence in American politics...

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