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Cohen: US’ policy in the South Caucasus is close to failure2010-11-09 18:07
US' policy in the post-Soviet space both in general and in the Caucasian region in particular is close to a failure, says Ariel Cohen, an American expert, a specialist on political and socio-economical problems of the post-Soviet space in his interview to Caucasus Times.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his opinion, the United States' attempt to ensure the settlement of relationship between Turkey and Armenia without tying it to the Nagorny Karabakh issue settlement has failed.
"American policy in the region that has been carried out within the last 20 years in the times of Clinton's and Bush's administration is undergoing a deep crisis", - said Ariel Cohen.
At the same time, he pays attention to the fact that Washington and Moscow's positions on many issues of Caucasian policy have become much closer.
According to the expert, it's easy for Moscow to enhance the presence in the region in the context of the evidently weakening interest to the Caucasus on the part of Obama's administration.