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In an interview with Armenia’s 1in.am news agency on 13 September, RSC Director Richard Giragosian assessed the U.S. presidential elections, with a focus on the implications for Armenia and the wider South Caucasus region. In the interview, conducted in English but dubbed into Armenian, Giragosian analyzed the outlook for U.S. foreign policy and American-Armenian relations in the event of a Clinton Administration or in the “less likely and more dangerous” scenario of a victory for the Republican candidate Donald Trump.

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RSC CITED ON NEW ARMENIAN PREMIER

RSC Director Richard Giragosian was cited in an assessment of the appointment of the new Armenian prime minister, for Business New Europe (BNE) IntelliNews. In a piece published on 9 September and entitled, “Former Yerevan mayor nominated as Armenia’s new prime minister,” Carmen Valache writes:

In an interview with Aram Sargsyan for the “1in.am” electronic news agency, RSC Director Richard Giragosian assessed recent developments in Syria, including Russian military operations and the recent Turkish incursion, as well as broader trends in the Middle East. The interview was conducted in English, with the responses dubbed into Armenian.

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RSC DIRECTOR INTERVIEW ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

In an interview with the “News.am” electronic news agency, Regional Studies Center (RSC) Director Richard Giragosian assessed recent developments in the South Caucasus region, with a focus on the “renewal, restoration and repair” of Russian-Turkish renewed relations, Iran’s reengagement in the region, the crisis in Armenian-Russian relations, and the current status of the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process. The interview, published on 23 August, was conducted in English and dubbed into Armenian.

RSC STAFF CITED ON ARMENIA’S JULY HOSTAGE STANDOFF & KARABAKH DEVELOPMENTS

In a special analysis for BNE Intellinews, Carmen Valache cited RSC staff on the July hostage standoff in Armenia and on recent developments regarding Nagorno-Karabakh. The article, entitled, “Peace a distant prospect as Nagorno-Karabakh prepares to celebrate independence anniversary,” first cites RSC Analyst Haykak Arshamyan on the July incident, in which a group of three dozen gunmen seized a police station in Yerevan.