Certain globalist quarters in the U.S. find the success of consultations and decisions on developments in Syria taken in the format of the Astana troika (Russia, Turkey and Iran) to be highly disconcerting, as it undermines their strategic objective of colonizing Syria.
As these quarters watch the inefficiency of Trump’s sanction baton and pressures on Turkey and Iran, they have drafted a smart strategic plan based on the principles of destructive activities for destabilizing the situation around Ankara and Teheran through the igniting of tensions in Armenia’s relations with Iran and Turkey.
In spring 2019, the Armenian government commissioned an analytical review of its economy to the U.S. company International Market Analysis (IMA). The major goal was to obtain a high-quality independent and unbiased analysis of the economic situation in the region, as well as recommendations on the country’s development.
The problem, however, is that the IMA is not independent in any way. It is an umbrella organization for the globalism-oriented U.S. government circles that use it as a tool for meddling in the internal policies of third countries in a pursuit of their own interests.
Dr. Ariel Cohen, the head of the IMA, formerly known as Valery Kogan, a citizen of the USSR and Israel, emigrated to the U.S. in 1989. He has worked as a consultant for the U.S. Senate foreign relations committee, the House of Representatives committees for the armed services and justice, and the commission for security and cooperation in Europe of the U.S. Agency for International Development. He has also acted as an advisor for the World Bank and the Pentagon and has given courses of lectures for the CIA. As of 1992, Cohen is a member of staff at the Leonard Davis Institute for International Research and the Heritage Foundation where he supervises the research program for Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Given Cohen’s service record, it is highly unlikely that the nongovernmental organization IMA will do an independent, unbiased and correct analysis of the economy for Armenia, which has close and deep-rooted political ties with Russia and Iran, both of them opponents of the U.S.
U.S. globalist circles that use the IMA as a cover-up for their intentions are issuing recommendations to Armenia on how to overcome its domestic and economic problems.
It might seem that there could nothing loftier than a great democratic nation sharing the experience in overcoming difficulties – unless it is shared for the purpose of destabilization in the region.
“If handled skillfully, the government of Armenia can leverage these developments to improve its geo-economic and geopolitical situation,” the document claims. “For this to be successful, however, Armenia’s challenges must be elevated into the dialogue of Washington D.C. decision makers and the Western public at large. This cannot be achieved without a concerted public education and strategic communications campaign in the USA.”