Sept. 11 rearranges alliances: Russian-Iranian-Armenian front was cracked by a U.S. attempt

Ayla Gol

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Abstract

The former alliances started to be moved in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, attacks on the United States, Dr. Ayla Gol said that, Washington managed to crack the Russian-Armenian-Iranian alliance getting into a closer military relationship with Yerevan. In an interview with the Turkish Daily News, Gol, who is a young and promising academic, suggested more steps should be taken by Turkey, to follow a balanced policy on the Caucasus in the new political environment. Turkey should leave its pro-Azerbaijani policies, and should play a more active role in the region.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherHürriyet Daily News
Publication statusPublished - 23 Apr 2002

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