Sergey Markedonov: Georgia. Desacralization of the West

27 October 2015

There are no permanent friends in politics and permanents ties. That thesis can be applied not only to Georgia, which has reputation of the most consistent pro-western country of South Caucasus, but also to Armenia, which is called in Russia an “outpost of Moscow” in the region, Associate Professor at the Foreign Regional Studies and Foreign Policy Department of the Russian State University for the Humanities Sergey Markedonov writes.