What consequences may sociopolitical explosions in North Africa and the Middle East have in regional and global terms?Read More
About the Author
Suren Grigoryan is a political analyst, who worked for the Government of Armenia for more than 5 years. His experiences in the Armenian government range from preparing political/economic analytical reports to advising the government on the legal aspects of international cooperation and security. Concurrently, he provided violence risk assessment in the CIS countries for the London based Exclusive Analysis Company that forecasts commercially relevant political and violent risks worldwide. He also taught graduate course on Comparative Politics called “The Politics of Empire and Post-Imperialism” at the Yerevan State Linguistic University of Armenia. Currently, Suren is working for mid size distribution company in California as a Country Risk Analyst. Suren has two Bachelor degrees. The first is in Law, the second is in military art and engineering. He earned his Master’s degree (MSc) in Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom). The area of Suren’s expertise and interest is the politics of the post-Soviet space and the Middle East.
Since the criticism and pressure are growing concurrently with increasing number of civilian deaths and worsening humanitarian situation in Syria, the question arises, will Russia change its position on Syrian issue?Read More
Making Russia an ally and actually “granting” her a role of regional coordinator in the post-Soviet space and Eastern Europe will intensify the old acute geopolitical contradictions between Moscow on the one hand and united Europe and China on the other.Read More
The turbulent events that commenced less than a year ago and which continue to take place in North Africa and the Middle East are caused by complicated, and often contradictory, reasons and factors, and therefore require...Read More