Armenia: Stepping Gingerly Around Russia-Turkey Feud

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan (both in center) visit the Russian 102nd military base near Gyumri, Armenia, in early December 2013. The Russian base is less than 10 kilometers from the Turkish border. (Photo: Russian Presidential Press Service)

Policymakers in Armenia are wary of the risks of the country getting caught up in deepening Russian-Turkish rancor. But some observers see opportunity for Armenia to advance its interests amid the geopolitical falling out.
 

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Gayane Abrahamyan is a freelance reporter and editor in Yerevan.

Armenia: Stepping Gingerly Around Russia-Turkey Feud

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