Justin Tomczyk

Justin Tomczyk

Justin Tomczyk is a graduate of Stanford University's MA program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. His research is focused on Russian foreign policy in the South Caucasus and far-right movements in Eastern Europe. From 2017 to 2019 he lived in Yerevan, Armenia. His time in Armenia included a FLAS fellowship for the study of Russian at the Russian Armenian Slavonic University. After the Velvet Revolution, he later worked as a researcher covering political conflict in the former Soviet Union. He is an alumni of the Boris Nemtsov Summer School of Journalism and a former research fellow at the Stanford U.S-Russia Forum. He is currently based in New York.

The EUMA After the Fall of Artsakh

The EUMA After the Fall of Artsakh

With the collapse of Artsakh, will the EU further enable Baku’s irredentist agenda to seize Armenian territory as part of the opening of the “Zangezur Corridor” or will Brussels show the same initiative to sanction and deter Azerbaijan that it deployed in response to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine?