Articles

The Karabakh War of 2020 and Armenia’s Future Foreign and Security Policies (A White Paper)
The 2020 September war highlighted a number of weak areas in Armenia’s position and policies. It also invited The publication of a number...
History May Repeat Itself
In the summer of 1942, Stalingrad, situated on the banks of the river Volga, was under siege. The German army was dropping fire and iron on the city....
Overcoming the challenges, we are facing
In response to Vahan Zanoyan’s article about the Armenian Constitution. These are extremely critical times for Armenia, and, unfortunately,...
“Bombing for Peace” – Perplexed and tormented
We, humans, consider ourselves the most intelligent among the animal species. Yet, the question arises, are we intelligent at all? We are killing our...
Crisis of leadership
Three Armenian community events took place last February in France that were supposed to be indicators of the vitality of the French Community. Yet, ...
Legacy of the Late Ambassador Rouben Shougarian
Writing after the Velvet Revolution but before the 2020 War, Ambassador Rouben Shougarian, who passed away at the young age of 57 in early 2020, wrot...
Does the Armenian Constitution Serve the Interests of Armenia or the Armenian Nation?
The resources of the entire Armenian nation are required to pull Armenia out of the severe crisis created by the defeat in the 44-day war. In fact, i...
The Medication
“We are sick; We are sick nationwide and suffer from mediocrity, the mediocrity of our literature, publicity, clergy, education, charity and especi...
Armenia, a mission land for the Moscow Patriarchate?
On October 15, 2021, the Information Center of the Patriarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church announced the decision of its synod to establish a dio...