Ariel Cohen: Putin may be compensating for reputational damage to Russia in the conflict in Ukraine by trying to resolve the Karabakh conflict

Date: 10-16-2014 | Category: Articles, Europe, Geopolitics, In the News, Media Interviews, Russia and Eurasia

The United States has always had a very modest record of achievements in Armenia. This is a one-way street. The U.S. seeks a resolution to the Karabakh conflict, but Armenia is resisting. I cannot remember what Armenia has given to the States but it has received a lot from the States, including hundreds of millions of dollars in aid and the 902 that restricts the aid to Azerbaijan. So, Armenia and Yerevan are greatly benefiting from this relationship. by Ashot Safaryan ArmInfo News Agency October 16, 2014

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