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Pan-Armenian Declaration on the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide
The State Commission on the Coordination of Events Dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, in consultation with its regional committees in the Diaspora, commemorates one-and-a-half million innocent victims of the Armenian Genocide and bows in gratitude before those martyred and surviving heroes who struggled for their lives and human dignity.

Ukrainian Parliamentarian Election in a War Zone
15.11.2014 | Johan Deckmyn, Artūras Mankevičius, Nikolai Meinert
Elections in Donetsk oblast took place in very complicate circumstances probably one of the most difficult in our experience. However, from another hand, all necessary requirements for elections according to Ukrainian law were implemented as correct as it was possible in current conditions.

Stages of Formation and Development of the Civil Institutions of the Society in Uzbekistan
14.11.2014 | Erkin Salikhov
Large scale transformations with the main aim of building a democratic lawful state with a social-oriented market economy and formation of a strong civil society took place after gaining independence in Uzbekistan in 1991.

It is still not too late to avoid a Global Catastrophe
09.10.2014 | Hayk Kotanjian
The Board of the Political Science Association of Armenia at its meeting of October 7, 2014, expressing concern over the exacerbating confrontation between the Russian Federation and the United States, adopted an Address to the Presidents of the Russian Federation and the US, Their Excellencies Mr. Vladimir Putin and Mr. Barack Obama, urging to return to the reset policy in the relations between the Russian Federation and the US.

Fear of revealing the truth - the reason for persecution of human rights defenders in Baku by Orwellian "Big Brother"
29.08.2014 | Hayk Kotanjian
Many politicians and human rights organizations seem puzzled at the fact that Baku authorities having launched repressions against its own civil society activists involved in the academic-expert discussion of the issues of peaceful resolution of the Karabakh conflict, chair the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe.

On observance of principles and norms of etiquette in interstate relations ahead of talks in Sochi
08.08.2014 | Hayk Kotanjian
This statement reflects a desire to help defuse tensions as a result of violations of the truce between the parties to the Karabakh conflict in terms of the recent hostilities on the borders of the Republic of Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.

Readiness of the Kremlin to protect its Big Russian world is dangerous for Russia itself
06.07.2014 | Alexander Tsinker
I think that the radicals' wing in his surrounding and in the Russian policy strongly pushes him to that. Today this wing says about the necessity of bringing Russian troops into Ukraine, which is very much dangerous.

The Aghdam Events (Khojalu Provocation) ̶ a Symptomatic Example of the Azerbaijani Authorities Falsification Policy
23.02.2014 | Political Science Association of Armenia (PSAA)
On February 26, 1992, the Aghdam events took place, which are presented by the Azerbaijani side as the Khojalu massacre, during which a group of inhabitants of Khojalu was cold-bloodedly shot down by the Azerbaijani paramilitary forces in the territories under their control.

Should Israel demand Ankara to recognize Genocide?
13.02.2014 | Alexander Tsinker
Israel should demand the Erdogan government for an agreement to form an independent Kurdish republic in the eastern Turkey, and, above all, written recognition of the 1915 Armenian Genocide.

Armenia must use CU accession to get Karabakh issue off ground
25.12.2013 | Alexander Tsinker
Yerevan needs to use Russia's interest in expansion of the CU borders to promote Karabakh's involvement in the economic operations of the Union. You have to start somewhere.

Dialogue and integration as the main pillars for ensuring stability and security in the Greater Black Sea Area
12.12.2013 | Hayk Kotanjian
Dialogue and integration have been the key driving force for Armenias active involvement in the EUs Eastern Partnership Program with the simultaneous negotiations over the possibility to sign Association Agreement with the EU.

Ukraines EU dream is not a guarantee of democracy
11.12.2013 | Sergey Markedonov
The West has made partnerships with other post-Soviet countries such as Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, but none of them can be considered true democracies.

The strategic dialogue as a key factor for promoting integration in the eurasian space
20.11.2013 | Hayk Kotanjian
On November 18, 2013, at the Academic Council Hall of MGIMO University in Moscow under the chairmanship of the Speaker of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation Valentina Matvienko, a session of the Integration Club. Here is the text of the presentation delivered by Hayk Kotanjian, Head, INSS, MOD, RA.

Armenia will manage to keep a foot in both worlds
19.10.2013 | Laszlo Kemeny
The national security of all countries, including Armenia, is a complicate system having its secrets and nuances that are not subject to disclosure. I suppose that Armenias decision was based on long-term interests of your people.

Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan on the importance of real tolerance
20.08.2013 | Hayk Kotanjian
I would like to mention the great interest and the traditional professional attention of the Armenian military politicians and political scientists for the visit of the Russian President Vladimir Putin - a strategic ally of Armenia - to our neighboring country ahead of presidential elections in Azerbaijan.

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