Armenia´s Velvet Revolution: Challenges to Regional Foreign Policy

PONARS Eurasia
08 Aug 2018

(CAD) This issue of the Caucasus Analytical Digest focuses on the international and regional implications of Armenia’s 2018 Velvet Revolution. More specifically, the articles look at 1) whether Armenia’s spring 2018 political transformation led to any changes in the country’s foreign policy priorities; 2) how Azerbaijan’s political elite responded to the spring events; 3) what Georgians think about the revolution; 4) why Armenia’s political changes could prove a litmus test for the EU’s ability influence political change in its neighborhood; and 5) why Russia remained largely indifferent to the revolution.

Contributors: Licínia Simão, Alexander Markarov, Farid Guliyev, Ghia Nodia, Laure Delcour, and Pavel K. Baev.

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This issue of the CAD focuses on the international and regional implications of Armenia’s 2018 ‘Velvet Revolution’. More specifically, the articles look at 1) whether Armenia’s spring 2018 political transformation led to any changes in the country’s foreign policy priorities; 2) how Azerbaijan’s political elite responded to the spring events; 3) what Georgians think about the revolution; 4) why Armenia’s political changes could prove a litmus test for the EU’s ability influence political change in its neighborhood; and 5) why Russia remained largely indifferent to the revolution.