Geopolitical Implications Amid Armenia’s Velvet Revolution

May 14, 2018 Topic: Security Region: Eurasia Tags: ArmeniaAzerbaijanRussiawarCrisisPolitics

Geopolitical Implications Amid Armenia’s Velvet Revolution

Both the political crisis in Armenia and the conflict with Azerbaijan showing no signs of abating.

Eduard Abrahamyan, PhD, is a defense and regional security analyst, and scientific researcher, at the University of Leicester. His expertise is on NATO’s strategy evolution and adaptation in the Eastern Europe and Black Sea regions.

Movses Ter-Oganesyan is a fellow at the Eurasian Research and Analysis Institute. His area of expertise encompasses the wider Caucasus as well as American foreign policy.

Image: A demonstrator is detained by police during a protest after parliament voted to allow former president Serzh Sargsyan to become prime minister, in front of the Armenian government building in Yerevan, Armenia April 19, 2018. Photolure/Vahram Baghdasaryan via REUTERS