Several German MPs from regional parliaments expressed their deep concern about the new escalation of the Donbass war. Continue reading “German MPs concerned about escalation in Donbass”
The German Center for Eurasian Studies conducted two electoral and crisis observation missions in both people´s republics in Donbasss in July and September this year. The director of the German Center, Manuel Ochsenreiter, witnessed the preparations, organization and presentation of the candidates of the Donbass primaries. Continue reading “Primaries in Donbass: Succesful Observation Mission”
The Obama administration again says it supports the peace process to end the Syrian proxy war. However, there is still the demand for a political transition defined by Washington. And this demand is backed up by threats. Has this conflict entered a new stage for Syria and the region?
CrossTalking with Mohammad Marandi, Richard Weitz, and Kevork Almassian (German Center for Eurasian Studies) Continue reading “German Center Expert Kevork Almassian about the War in Syria on RT”
by Kevork Almassian (Expert of the German Center for Eurasian Studies)
The Syrian legitimate government held parliamentary elections on Wednesday before the second round of talks between it and the Saudi Arabia backed opposition in Geneva. Continue reading “Syria elected parliament: West denounced the poll as illegitimate”
Kevork Almassian, Geopolitical Expert and Analyst of the German Center for Eurasian Studies about the escalation in Southern Caucasus:
“Few months ago, anti-government demonstrations erupted in the Armenian capital Yerevan in protest to raising the electricity prices. The organizers of the “Electric Yerevan”-demonstrations quickly turned the social movement into anti-Russian activity. At that time, I warned my enthusiastic friends to be careful because the smell of the “color revolution” was all over the place, it was an American-EU attempt to destabilize Armenia, a vital partner to Russia.
Obviously, Turkey and the United States have an intention to trigger fire in the Caucasus and Central Asia, especially after the nuclear deal with Iran. Now the clashes erupted once again between Azerbaijan and the Nagorno Karabakh Republic whose economy is mainly dependent on the Armenian state budget, so imagine what would have been the faith of Karabakh if the “Electric Yerevan” movement succeeded to overthrow the government in Yerevan and chaos prevailed as it occurred in Ukraine?”