Turkey-Armenia Relations after Turkey’s Elections

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The outcome of Turkey’s recent parliamentary elections may partly reduce tensions in relations with Armenia, stopping the mounting hostile rhetoric of recent months. A normalization of bilateral relations should not be expected at this stage, but the trend of increasing cooperation in the humanitarian area, and in culture, tourism, and the media in recent years will likely continue. At the same time, some policies may need to be reassessed in consideration of regional security risks. (PDF) Armen Grigoryan

Russia-Georgia relations – possible threats and challenges of the “normalization” process

This article explores current Georgia’s rapprochement with Russia known as the “normalization” process and analyzes political risks of the existing Georgian economic strategy against the increasing role of the Russian market. (PDF) Kornely Kakachia, Levan Kakhishvili, Salome Minesashvili, Tbilisi

Eastern Partnership Reality Check. The case of Moldova and Georgia

Following the latest dynamic events, this article explores the European perspectives of Moldova and Georgia – countries which, so far, progress the most since the Eastern Partnership platform has been introduced. (PDF) Kristina Bocková, Marek Lenč, Slovakia