Category archives for: Armenia / Diaspora

We and Armenia…

    I have been growing up in the Armenian culture. All my childhood I have been listening the history of Armenia, I have been singing, dancing and praying the Armenian way and I never felt that connected with God then the time I sang the Badarak. However,  the idea of going in my origin […]

An Incomprehensible World in an Inconceivable Mind

By Elena Chobanian Television Host, Radio Editor-in-Chief   One more year is coming to its end. Some tried to realize their dreams during those 12 months, others have just lived with simple, already familiarized rules and behaviour in a system where is hard to get know each other well, even ourselves due to the norms […]

Armenia celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Independence Day with young musicians / By Elena Chobanian

    Yes, the anniversary of Armenian’s Independence Day began at Karen Demirchyan Yerevan Sports and Concert Complex with one thousand and one hundred musicians both from Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh, taking part in the concert “Generation of Independence.” “If I say I am happy, it would not express my whole feeling right now. I am […]

Ցեղասպանության 100-րդ տարելիցին նվիրված լուսանկարն արված է նույն մեթոդով, որ մեթոդով ստեղծվել է Մոնա Լիզան

  «Լուսանկարչությունը նույն նկարչությունն է, ուղղակի` լույսով ու ստվերով: Իսկ գլուխգործոցներ հնարավոր է ստանալ արվեստի ցանկացած ճյուղի օգնությամբ, այդ թվում նաև լուսանկարչությամբ», – մեզ հետ զրույցում ասել է կինոօպերատոր Կարեն Չախալյանը, որի հետ էքսկլյուզիվ հարցազրույցը ներկայացնում ենք ստորև:   –                     Մասնագիտությամբ օպերատոր, բայց զբաղվում եք նաև լուսանկարչությամբ: Այն այդքան գրավիչ է՞: –                     Այո: Մասնագիտությամբ կինոօպերատոր […]

ARMENIA DOES HAVE AN OPPOSITION / Interview with journalist Elena Chobanyan / March 2, 2015

    We discussed with Executive Director of Americans for Artsakh (AFA), international affairs analyst and consultant Mark Dietzen. –    Mr. Dietzen, first of all, how can you evaluate the current situation in Nagorno-Karabakh? –   Following what was the deadliest year of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict since the 1994 ceasefire, the current situation in Nagorno […]

Nagorno Karabakh Republic should evaluate how other states secure their dangerous borders / By Elena Chobanyan

  Interview with Executive Director of Americans for Artsakh (AFA), international affairs analyst and consultant Mark Dietzen.   –           Mr. Dietzen, as we know, the Azerbaijani side, violating the ceasefire agreement, recently shot at the villages of Chinar and Aygedzor. What does Azerbaijan want to show through such attacks on civilian villages, as well as […]

Azerbaijan seems unlikely to submit to such pressure / by Elena Chobanyan

  As many know the presidents Vladimir Putin, Ilham Aliyev and Serzh Sargsyan had a trilateral meeting in Sochi in August to discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The sides resumed negotiations. The head of the sub-department for higher journalism mastery at the MSLU Alan Kasayev said that the key results were that the sides decided to […]

Armenia was able to reconfirm its readiness for normal relations with Turkey / by Elena Chobanyan

  On August 28 Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian attended the inauguration ceremony of the newly-elected president of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara. The Presidential handover ceremony from former President Abdullah Gul to Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which took place in Cankaya Presidential Palace was attended by high-level delegations from several dozen countries. During the reception […]

The communication between two sexes neutralizes each other The sociologist Arthur Atanesyan about the gender issues

  Since the beginning of the mankind, when our ancestors thought more about survival, the men thanks to their physical strength protected their tribes, families against the enemy, leaving the women to deal with raising children, cooking and other household tasks. However, according to the anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss, the primitive man let the woman go […]

Nagorno-Karabakh’s second road and its consequences Mark Dietzen about the new project

    The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic is rebuilding the second road which links Karabakh with Armenia passing through Karvachar. The current Goris-Stepanakert motorway is not quite convenient, that’s why a decision was made to build a new road which will be shorter than the main way via Goris by 150 kilometers. So, our discussion with Executive […]

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