Armenia should priortize diversification of energy and other areas to avoid dependence

Ambassador James Warlick, a former U.S. co-chair to the OSCE Minsk Group, a body set up in the 1990s to work toward a negotiated settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, talked to CivilNet about the current state of the group. Warlick discussed Washington’s engagement in the region, the impact of tensions between the West and Russia on the Minsk Group, and the United States’ recognition of Armenia’s vital security arrangements with the Kremlin.