Albert Hayrapetyan received his MA in Political Science and International Affairs from the U.S.-accredited American University of Armenia (AUA). Currently, he is working at AUA as a teaching associate professor. He is also completing a Ph.D. at the Armenian State University of Economics.
A year ago Armenia made amendments to its constitution, transforming the country from a semi-presidential to a parliamentary republic. Among other things, the amendments gave the Armenian authorities more room to maneuver while dealing with foreign partnersRead more
CSTO has failed to follow the successful path of NATO because of the different priorities, interests and mindset of its member states. Most importantly, there is no “Article 5” that binds each state together in a collective defense mechanismRead more