The strategic dilemma of Armenia

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The strategic dilemma of Armenia
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2013. No 2. P. 17-28

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Due to objective reasons Armenia pursues a multi-vector foreign policy. For a number of years Yerevan while being Russia’s strategic ally has succeeded to develop friendly relations not only with Russia but also with the West. However
since 2012 Armenia faces a difficult dilemma. While unable to give up security guarantees provided by Russia, it has taken a growing interest in political and economic cooperation with the EU. As a result Armenia has found itself in the
focus of mutually exclusive interests of Moscow and Brussels.


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Tsedilina E. The strategic dilemma of Armenia. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2013, No 2, pp. 17-28



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