Nigel Gould-Davies

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(academic, diplomat)
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Alma materOxford University, Harvard University
Member ofChatham House, Integrity Initiative
Interests • Russia
• Russia/Foreign policy
• Geopolitics
• Southeast Asia

Dr. Nigel Gould-Davies is an academic and a member of the Integrity Initiative.


After taking A-levels at a technical college,[1] he received his BA and MPhil from Oxford University and his PhD from Harvard University.


Nigel Gould-Davies is an associate fellow at Chatham House.[2] He co-authored a paper with Ngaire Woods, who attended the 2018 Bilderberg.[3]

Nagorno-Karabakh ethnic cleansing as opportunity

“For Azerbaijan, [the reconquest of Nagorno-Karabakh] is a total victory won by the cruel, hard methods of military force and economic blockade, together with training and equipment from Turkey....But the key question is how relations between the west and Azerbaijan will develop. The west's energy ties with the oil and gas-rich country are more important than ever as it weans itself off Russian supplies. Now there are new security possibilities, especially in light of the war in Ukraine. Azerbaijan is the only country that borders both Russia and Iran, two western adversaries whose ever-closer relations evoke growing alarm. Azerbaijan’s ties with Turkey, a Nato member that also provides weapons support to Ukraine, means that it is receiving military training according to the alliance's standards. All this offers the potential for a deeper relationship, if the west has the strategic imagination to grasp it.”
Nigel Gould-Davies (October 5, 2023)  [4]

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