In late 2021, Armenia and Turkey appointed special envoys for talks, launching another round of normalization efforts. Consecutive Armenian and Turkish administrations have made their shots at securing a rapprochement, but to little effect. However, some analysts believe this time may be different. CivilNet’s team traveled to Istanbul last month to better understand Turkey’s perspective, Azerbaijan’s role in the process, and how the country’s upcoming general elections could shift foreign policy toward Armenia.
CivilNet traveled with a group of Armenian experts, who realized their visit to Turkey in the framework of the UK CSSF project – Engaging Society and Government in Armenia in Developing an Agenda for a Secure Region.