Search: Armenia,CSTO (3 materials)

The Karabakh Dimension of the Russian-Turkish Crisis

... military-strategic starting environment and more motivation to respond. 1 . On November 24, 2015 a Turkish Air Force fighter F-16 jet shot down a Russian Sukhoi Su-24M bomber aircraft, carrying out combat missions in the sky over northern Syria. 2 . Armenia is currently presiding over the CSTO.

03.03.2016

Azerbaijan–Armenia: heat is getting stronger

The latest exacerbation of the situation on the demarcation line between the armed forces of Azerbaijan and Armenia is undoubtedly Baku’s desire to distract attention from 24 April – the tragic historical date marking the centenary of the Armenian genocide. Turkey is holding a series of national events marking the First World War with the same aim. The ...

23.04.2015

Armenia En Route Towards Russia

... (CSTO), although truly close engagement seems to exist only with Russia. Hence, two questions. First, how effective is Armenian membership in the CSTO, and second, what are the prospects for Russia-Armenia bilateral cooperation? As a most responsible CSTO member, Armenia is very particular about honoring its commitments and is active in setting the organization’s agenda. The focus has been on military-political and military-technical cooperation, primarily with Russia. On the one hand, this is reasonable ...

27.03.2015

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