Russia advocates peacekeeping mission as tensions flare over Nagorno-Karabakh

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Tensions along the line of contact in Nagorno-Karabakh and on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border have intensified from September 24, with skirmishes including the use of heavy artillery by both sides. Russia’s specific interests aggravate the situation, while the conflicting sides remain reluctant to seek a compromise solution. In this situation, Armenia and Azerbaijan are under increasing pressure to accept a Russia-led peacekeeping mission to the region. (PDF) Armen Grigoryan

Military Integration Between Russia and South Ossetia: Quo Vadis?

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This article examines the concept of military integration as applied to the case of Russia and South Ossetia, analyzes the integration dynamics and durability in this region and models future developments. The author concludes that increased military presence and capabilities are undoubtedly destabilizing security in the Caucasus region. (PDF) Grazvydas Jasutis, Lithuania

Протестное движение в Ереване против подорожания электроэнергии – в точке кульминации

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Протестующие в Армении избегают выдвижения политических требований, а партии воздерживаются от попыток возглавить движение. Тем не менее, российские политики и СМИ отреагировали в духе конспирологии, пытаясь связать протест в Армении с США и Украиной. (PDF) Армен Григорян

Yerevan Electricity Protests Reach Climax

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Protesters in Armenia deny any political agenda, and political parties abstain from attempts to lead the protest movement, but Russian politicians and media comment ‘ElectricYerevan’ protests with conspiracy-laden messages, linking the protests to the U.S. and Ukraine. (PDF) Armen Grigoryan This piece was originally published by the Jamestown Foundation in the Eurasia Daily Monitor Vol.12 issue 121, June 29, 2015, and reprinted here with permission of the author.

Подорожчання електроенергії активізує протестний рух у Вірменії

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Вірменський експерт аналізує ситуацію навколо непрозорого формування тарифів на електроенергію і можливі наслідки для активізації протестного руху в країні. Стаття вперше опублікована фондом The Jamestown Foundation у журналі Eurasia Daily Monitor 12 червня 2015 р. (англійською); друкується з дозволу автора; переклад українською (PDF) Армен Григорян  

Подорожание электроэнергии активизирует протесты в Армении

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Армянский эксперт анализирует ситуацию вокруг непрозрачного формирования тарифов на электроэнергию и возможные последствия для активизации протестного движения в стране. (PDF) Армен Григорян

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