Findings of Mass Media Monitoring in Armenia (Detecting Propaganda)

Analytical Center for Globalization and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC) within the scope of Measuring the public views regarding International organizations and Monitoring of Media in Armenia on Disinformation and ‘Fake News’ project conducted monitoring of selected Russian and Armenian mass-medias aiming to identify the propaganda. (PDF)  

Policies of Political Parties and Public Sector in Armenia Regarding the EU, NATO, CSTO, and EEU

Analysis of policies of political parties and public sector in Armenia regarding the EU, NATO, CSTO, and EEU was prepared by the Analytical Center on Globalization and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC), Armenia, with the support of National Endowment for Democracy (NED). (PDF) Stepan Grigoryan, Tatev Matinyan, Hasmik Grigoryan

Hybrid War: Ukraine´s Case

Presentation of the public lecture “Hybrid War: Ukraine`s Case” delivered by Dr. Maksym Khylko at the Faculty of International Relations of the University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 13 March 2018. The lecture was focused on the applied aspects of modern hybrid warfare, based on experience of Russian hybrid war against Ukraine. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Shaping Strategy for Comprehensive and Effective Western Policy in Eastern Europe

This issue brief published by the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center examines the strategies that the West can employ to combat the Kremlin’s challenges to regional security and the rule of law in Eastern Europe. (PDF) Maksym Khylko

Armenia-Iran vs. Azerbaijan-Israel: Where is Russia?

The South Caucasus region has been seeing polarization as Armenia-Iran vs. Azerbaijan-Israel. The visits by Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to Baku, Azerbaijan, and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to Yerevan, Armenia in December, 2016 are indicative of the polarization. Where is Russia, the elephant in the room? What are the implications of the polarization for Russia? (PDF) Rahim Rahimov

Armenia and Russia Pursue Joint Military Forces

The Russo-Armenian agreement on establishing a joint military unit, which will include troops of the 102nd Russian military base stationed near Yerevan as well as the 4th Corps of the Armenian Army, predictably caused anxiety in Azerbaijan and Georgia. While a potential deterioration of relations with Georgia would undermine Armenia’s national interests, the government in Yerevan appears willing to make this sacrifice in the name of regime reproduction and survival. (PDF) Armen Grigoryan