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A MASTER PLAN? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification

Wednesday, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
June 30, 2021

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A MASTER PLAN? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification

Wednesday, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
June 30, 2021

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Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 7:00pm EDT/4:00pm PDTLive on Zoom.

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ANALYSTS
LILIT GEVORGYAN, Russia and CIS Associate Director, IHS Markit (UK)ARMEN KHARAZIAN, Principal Attorney, Kharazian Law (USA), formerly with the Foreign Service, Republic of ArmeniaJoin Lilit Gevorgyan and Armen Kharazian for A Master Plan? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification, the first in the What’s Next series of discussions on the post-war Armenian reality.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED
Shifting sands of Armenia’s defense architecture.
The logic and driving factors of Russia’s realignment with Azerbaijani state-building and economic regional initiatives.
Foundation and impact of a shared Russo-Azeri vision that is unfolding in real time to achieve far-reaching objectives.
Continued Russian and Azeri challenges to post-war sovereignty in Artsakh and the Republic of Armenia.

CO-SPONSORS
Ararat-Eskijian Museum
Armenian Bar Association
Armenian Democratic Liberal Party/Ramgavars
Armenian Network of America-Greater NY
Daughters of Vartan-Sahaganoush Otyag
Justice Armenia
Knights of Vartan-Bakradouny Lodge
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research NAASR / Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecture Series on Contemporary Armenian Issues
St. Leon Armenian Church

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