China-Based Armenian Scholar Discusses Iran Nuclear Issues in UK


CAMBRIDGE, UK — On April 11-12, the third Biennial Conference on Iranian Studies was held at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge. This prestigious academic symposium was organized by the Symposia Iranica and University of Cambridge.

Selected scholars from different countries were invited to introduce their research. Armenian researcher Mher Sahakyan was among them. He presented his research on China’s Policy on Iranian Nuclear Issue in the UNSC. Sahakyan gave a detailed analysis of China’s role and position on this important international security issue.

The presentation was followed by a discussion on both the topic of research and the methods used by the speaker.

The University of Cambridge is one of the top five universities in the world.

Sahakyan is the director of “China‑Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic Research” Foundation. He completed his PhD in the field of international relations at Nanjing University in China, where he was the first Armenian to earn a doctorate from its School of International Studies. He is also a member of the International Political Science Association. Sahakyan’s academic contributions have been published in Russia, China and Armenia.

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