Nana Gegelashvili

Russian Federation

Head of Regional Problems Center (ISCRAN)


Armenia and Russia: Bottlenecks on the Way to the Future
On April 23, Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigned in response to mass protests. On March 2, 2018, the presidential elections took place in Armenia. According to the amendments to the
Donald Trump’s America: The Overture Is Over
Donald Trump offers his own approach from the position of economic strength instead of Washington-sponsored global rivalry that marked the last few decades of world history. The same approach is
Prospects for the Trump Administration’s Policies in the Post-Soviet Space
The United States will focus on strategically located Georgia and energy-rich Azerbaijan. Washington will continue to regard Baku as the equipoise of Islamic Iran and a partner of its other important
Donald Trump as Objective Reality
The US is expected to gradually retreat from its role as the eternal messiah of liberal values that have become ultra-liberal lately, while the country will remain a model democracy that is constantly
Georgian Dream: The Western Course as a Constant
The parliamentary elections in Georgia, which were suspenseful right up till election day on October 8, resulted in a commanding win for the ruling party, Georgian Dream, despite running against a
Turkey – United States: Alienation but not yet a Crisis
The United States will be forced to consider Turkey’s intention to put its interests first, and as a result Turkey’s priorities will not always coincide with Washington’s.  
Escalation of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Testing the Status Quo
With growing confrontation between Russia and Turkey Azerbaijan should understand, that the strategic alliance with Turkey will always keep it in the Ankara's orbit.


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