CHSS Adjunct Lecturer on the Artsakh War
In a time of uncertainty, Hovhannes Nikoghosyan’s article titled, War in Nagorno Karabakh: why now, and what to expect? addresses many questions. Nikoghosyan is an adjunct lecturer in the Political Science and International Affairs Program at the American University of Armenia (AUA). In the article, Nikoghosyan expands on the factors that led to the recent escalation of the “frozen conflict” into a full-on war. He also touches on the regional implications posed by the war, as well as the roles of various international players.
The piece was written for the European Leadership Network (ELN), an independent, non-partisan, pan-European network working to provide practical real-world solutions to political and security challenges. Founded in 2011, the ELN builds better security for wider Europe through its research, publications, events, practical policy advocacy, media reach and high-level networks.
The Political Science and International Affairs (PSIA) program of the American University of Armenia (AUA) equips students with advanced analytical reasoning, critical thinking, and communication skills through the study of political science and international affairs, emphasizing local and global perspectives and practical applications of theory. The program provides world-class teaching and research, producing graduates who can best contribute to the development of the nation.