3 December 2009, 09:01 (GMT+04:00)
Vector in the Russian-Iranian relations changed not yesterday. The tendency in the deterioration of relations has been continuing for a long time, and lately it has accelerated, said Russian leading analyst on Iran, Vladimir Yevseyev.
EU, U.S to deliver ultimatum for Armenia to return Azerbaijani occupied territories: politician Alexander Rahr3 December 2009, 09:01 (GMT+04:00)
The EU and U.S.A have set a task of stabilizing the situation in the South Caucasus region and establish closer partnership with both Azerbaijan and Armenia, but not limit its relations with Georgia, Russian expert at the German Council of Foreign Relations, the Russia-Eurasia Center director, Alexander Rahr, said.
Dialogue on Russian draft on European security can be continued within OSCE, not NATO: politician Alexander Rahr2 December 2009, 17:56 (GMT+04:00)
Russia is upset that the West has not taken Dmitry Medvedev's proposal with enthusiasm. But any dialogue in this direction can be held, perhaps, within the OSCE, not NATO, Russian expert at the German Council of Foreign Relations, the Russia-Eurasia Center director, Alexander Rahr, said.
20 November 2009, 17:42 (GMT+04:00)
Armenian-Turkish rapprochement can develop in two different ways, said Heritage Foundation Russian and Eurasian Studies and International Energy Security Senior Research Fellow Ariel Cohen at the international conference "Obstacles to Security in the South Caucasus: Realities and Prospects for Regional Cooperation" in Baku.
19 November 2009, 20:03 (GMT+04:00)
The Georgian-Ossetian conflict will not be amongst the priorities during Kazakhstan's chairmanship to the OSCE in 2010, the head of the expert group of Information and Analytical Center at the Moscow State University named after M.Lomonosov Alexey Vlasov told Trend News.
Opening border between Turkey and Armenia should be harmonized with returning five occupied Azerbaijani regions: Russian political scientist18 November 2009, 18:25 (GMT+04:00)
Opening the border between Turkey and Armenia should be harmonized with returning five occupied Azerbaijani regions, head of the expert group of Information and Analytical Center at Moscow State University named after M.Lomonosov, Alexey Vlasov, told Trend News.
14 November 2009, 18:20 (GMT+04:00)
New IAEA report on Iran will have the spirit like previous ones. The gradual tightening of the Agency's position with respect to Iran can only be expected after a new Secretary General - Japanese Yukiya Amano- comes to office in December, believes Russian leading analyst on Iran, Vladimir Yevseyev.
10 November 2009, 15:59 (GMT+04:00)
The South Caucasus has a historic opportunity today and all interested parties should take steps to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, European Expert on the South Caucasus Amanda Akcakoca said. She added that the EU, which usually acts as an observer, must play a larger role in settling such conflicts.
Armenian-Turkish protocols are only a stage of resolving situation in South Caucasus: Russian politician5 November 2009, 07:04 (GMT+04:00)
Armenian-Turkish protocols are only one of the stages of resolving the situation in the South Caucasus, the General Director of the Information Analytical Center of Moscow State University, Professor of post-Soviet foreign countries department Alexey Vlasov said.
19 October 2009, 09:00 (GMT+05:00)
The chances that the persistent efforts of Iran to become a member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization will be crowned with success are very low, Russian leading analyst on Iranian politics, Vladimir Yevseyev, said.
7 October 2009, 15:55 (GMT+05:00)
The world Armenian lobby hampers normalization of Turkish-Armenian relations with all its might, the director of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at Johns Hopkins University, Svante Cornell, believes.