Category Archives: Foreign policy

The Turbulent World Order, Armexit, and the Promising Prospects of a US-Armenia Strategic Alliance

An open letter published on the anniversary of July 31, 2016, when Sasna Tsrer temporarily laid down their arms to continue the rebellion. The turbulent world order, which emerged after the Cold War, has created a promising prospects for: (1) … Continue reading

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Letter to President Obama

The members of the Armenian community of Washington, DC, who took part in the public protest action on July 31 in front of the White House, sent the following letter to President Obama. The Honorable Barack Obama President of the … Continue reading

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30 Armenians

Both ancient and modern writers have used the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC between the Greeks and the Persians as an example of the power of a patriotic army defending their native soil. The Spartan King Leonidas, who was … Continue reading

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The Evolving Role of Russia’s Military Presence in Armenia

By Eduard Abrahamyan, PFA Fellow It is becoming clear that Armenia is being used by Russia for its anti-Western plans in the Caucasus region and beyond. This became possible following Armenia’s decision to suddenly suspend the process of European integration … Continue reading

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The China-Armenia Declaration and Beijing’s Prospects in the South Caucasus

By Eduard Abrahamyan, PFA Fellow The visit of Serzh Sargsyan to the People’s Republic of China on March 24, following his moderate criticism of Russia’s arms deliveries to Azerbaijan, emanated in the signature of a bilateral comprehensive declaration signed between … Continue reading

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