100 Days: The Foreign Policy Dimension. David Hovhannisyan

100 Days: The Foreign Policy Dimension
Author(s): David Hovhannisyan
Editor(s): Jeronim Perović, Lili Di Puppo, Iris Kempe, Heiko Pleines, Matthias Neumann, Robert Orttung
Series: Caucasus Analytical Digest (CAD)
Issue: 53
Pages: 23–26
Publisher(s): Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich; Research Centre for East European Studies, University of Bremen; Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University
Publication Year: 2013

Despite the fact that Serzh Sargsyan’s foreign policy priorities haven’t changed much during the second term of his rule, the foreign context and inner processes create a certain intrigue: if Sargsyan’s government keeps the traditional line of balancing (sometimes referred to as political complementarity) between Russia and the West, will it be able to get close to the EU and, at the same time, maintain good relations with Putin’s Russia, which seems to strengthen the pressure? Perhaps Armenia will (or will be forced to) make a choice that can have a greater influence on the “futures” balance of forces in the region.

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