Nadja Douglas

Nadja Douglas is a researcher at the Berlin-based Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS). She focuses in her work on the dynamics between civic initiatives and state power structures, regional conflicts and civil-military relations in the post-Soviet region. She holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from Sciences Po Paris and a PhD from Humboldt University Berlin. Her thesis deals with public control of armed forces in the Russian Federation and was published in 2017 by Palgrave Macmillan.

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Articles by Nadja Douglas

  1. Armenian Presidential elections Unexciting at first sight, but potentially momentous in the long run

    More than twenty-five years after gaining independence, Armenia is yet to undergo a democratically instigated change of power. It can no longer be said that Armenia is still a state in transition. On the contrary, in many respects, the lately held Presidential elections illustrate that the country is currently moving away from democracy in order to strengthen the authoritarian regime ruled by the ‘party of power’, the Republican Party.

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