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Section: Lragir.am (Armenia)

      Belarus divided: Lukashenko was late
      Sep02

      Belarus divided: Lukashenko was late

      I am fighting for preventing division of the country to pieces, the president of Belarus Lukashenko stated, saying that his intention is to prevent division of “Belarus that rose from the rabbles of the USSR”, rather than power. Nevertheless, Belarus is already divided, for now in terms of the political fight against Lukashenko though. In...

      Virtual flights with EU4Youth: Young man from Armenia implements innovative tourism project with EU support
      Jun13

      Virtual flights with EU4Youth: Young man from Armenia implements innovative tourism project with EU support

      23-year-old Arman Gabriyelyan, a resident of the town of Ijevan in the Tavush marz (province) of Armenia, is attempting to develop virtual tourism in his native region. Arman hopes to organise virtual flights for tourists and other guests over the Tavush Mountains and local attractions, including the ‘Yell Extreme Park’ in the village of...

      Why the environment matters and how the EU helps the Eastern partner countries to protect it
      Jun04

      Why the environment matters and how the EU helps the Eastern partner countries to protect it

      1. Why should we care about the environment? We depend on nature for our very existence: we eat the food which grows in its soil, drink its fresh water and breathe its clean air. Housing, clothing, technology and recreation all depend on natural resources. All human activities impact onafragile ecological balance. Disturbing this balance affects...

      Production of natural dried fruits with the EU support: how a young man from Armenia achieved success
      May06

      Production of natural dried fruits with the EU support: how a young man from Armenia achieved success

      A young entrepreneur Arevshat Garibyan started production of natural dried fruits in the outskirts of Yerevan. Arevshat is neatly packing products in a small workshop while telling about the success of his business. He has not stopped working even during the coronavirus epidemic. Arevshat’s business has adjusted to the new staff safety...

      Mistrust, chaos and panic: how disinformation affects people and what can be done about it
      Apr22

      Mistrust, chaos and panic: how disinformation affects people and what can be done about it

      “Americans can create biologicalweapons”, “Georgia deliberately infects mosquitoes and sends them to Russia”, “Data on mass deaths in Georgian laboratory published”. These are not linesfrom an apocalyptic Hollywood thriller, but examples of Russian media reports about the Richard Lugar Center for Public Health Research, located on the outskirts...

      Eastern Partnership: new policy objectives for beyond 2020
      Mar19

      Eastern Partnership: new policy objectives for beyond 2020

      Today, the European Commission and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy haveput forward a proposal for the long-term policy objectives of the Eastern Partnership beyond 2020.These aim at increasing trade, strengthening connectivity and deepening economic integration with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus,...

      The origins and use of some propaganda techniques and conspiracy theories
      Mar11

      The origins and use of some propaganda techniques and conspiracy theories

      Armen GrigoryanAIISA partner expertEurasia Democratic Security Network fellow INTRODUCTION Disinformation, fake news, and conspiracy theories have been a part of the Armenian political discourse for a long time, also long before the Internet was there. A part of the younger generation of Armenians may be less aware about some realities, so the...

      Putin Hurries: The Ghost of Big Revanche
      Mar11

      Putin Hurries: The Ghost of Big Revanche

      After it became known that the U.S. President would not attend the parade in Moscow to celebrate the 75 anniversary of victory, the Russian President Vladimir Putin announced at the meeting of the State Duma that he accepts the proposal on zeroing down his presidential terms in the result of the constitutional reform, which means he will be...

      As Agreed with Aghasi Yenokyan
      Feb01

      As Agreed with Aghasi Yenokyan

      Last year Aghasi Yenokyan, a political scientist, stated in one of his interviews that Nikol Pashinyan was going to sign a document and give away the territories of Artsakh. A similar statement was made by Davit Shahnazaryan who mentioned a specific timeline, May 2019. Then I suggested that Aghasi Yenokyan also specified the expected time, like...

      Putin Was Worried by Examples of Qaddafi and Serzh Sargsyan. What Should Be Expected in Russia?
      Jan21

      Putin Was Worried by Examples of Qaddafi and Serzh Sargsyan. What Should Be Expected in Russia?

      The trajectory of the so-called power transition in Russia is outlining. Putin suggested amending the Constitution clauses on the division of executive, legislative and judicial powers. Hence, the powers of the president are limited and some powers are shared between two chambers of the Duma, particularly the powers relating to appointment of the...