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Russia’s New Central Asia Strategy

Russia’s interest in Central Asia has remained valid for centuries. Although five independent states were established in the region after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Moscow administration, which overcame the trauma it experienced following the Cold War through the leadership of Vladimir...

The End of Crisis In Georgia: EU Mediation

On 20 April 2021, it was announced by Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili that the artificially created political crisis in Georgia came to an end and a reconciliation agreement was signed between the ruling party and a part of the opposition. Garibashvili, who made...

Transport-Infrastructure Projects in Karabakh: Achievements of Azerbaijan

After the triple-format summit held by the presidents of Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Russia in Moscow in January 2021, an agreement was reached on the re-establishment of communication in the region. The agreement envisages the restoration of two important corridors. The first of these is...

South Caucasus and New Security Paradigm

Conflicts are subdued but complex and complicated conspiracies are still being schemed to tarnish the peace process in the new power playing filed i.e. South Caucasus Region (SCR). Armenia despite its historic defeat is still indulged into series of secretive confrontational ploys and activities...

USA’s New Naval Power Strategy and the Black Sea

The United States of America (USA) developed the “A Cooperative Strategy of 21st Century Sea-power(CS-21)” in 2007 to increase its effectiveness in the seas and to surround its old rival Russia with China, which emerged as a power that was difficult to prevent. On...

Ukraine-Russia Crisis between War and Diplomacy

The ongoing crisis between Ukraine and Russia was exacerbated once again on March 26, 2021, when 4 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the attack by Russian separatist forces in Donbass in the East of Ukraine. It is also known that Russian armed forces are...

The Playground of the US-Russia Struggle: Ukraine

Thanks to the intense efforts of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), the Trilateral Contact Group, the ceasefire agreement signed between Ukraine and Russia on July 27, 2020, has managed to reduce the risk of hot conflict between Ukraine and Russia...

Pashinyan’s Resignation: Early Elections Decision in Armenia

After the loss of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War, an extremely troublesome process started in Armenia. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who has long ignored the opposition’s pressure and their calls for resignation, announced that he has taken the decision to resign. As a result of...

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