Eduard Abrahamyan has graduated from the Yerevan State University (Armenia), faculty of International Relations and Politics. He has conducted research in Armenia, the United Kingdom, and France on various issues, such as political and military threats and risks in Black Sea and the prospects of political and military partnership between NATO and New Eastern Partners. Abrahamyan currently lives in London, UK and specialises in regional security and integration in Eastern Europe and the Middle East at the University of Westminster, UK. He is a fellow at Policy Forum Armenia, based in Washington, DC.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The EU-Armenia entanglement: failed relations and the shadow of a new approach
Armenia is trapped between its traditional ties to the East and a desire to integrate with the West. In the light of...