creative tech

Edu2work: A Navigation Tool Bridging the Gap Between Education and Labor Markets

How an AI-powered platform that analyzes thousands of online job postings from a wide variety of commercial websites to provide insights into the labor market can make data-driven decisions come to life.

opinion

Geography is Inescapable

Following Moscow’s facilitation of the ceasefire agreement ending the 2020 Artsakh War, some are asking whether Armenia should pursue “more Russia or less Russia.” The reality of the matter is that geography is inescapable.

elections

Election Finally Officially Triggered: Here Are the Possible Outcomes

The early parliamentary election was officially triggered on May 10, 2021. Harout Manougian looks at the main possible scenarios for the outcome of the election, based on party rankings from recent poll results.

security

Are We Ready for the Next Cyber War?

Armenia is at the wrong end of global cyber security indexes. The lack of a comprehensive cyber security national policy makes the country's network and information systems vulnerable. The 2020 Artsakh War clearly proved this.


cultural heritage

Artsakh’s Cultural Heritage Under Threat

Armenian cultural, religious and historical monuments and sites currently under Azerbaijani control in the aftermath of the 2020 Artsakh War are under immediate threat of vandalism and destruction.

demining

Dealing With a New Wave of Land Mines

Following the First Karabakh War, landmines and explosive remnants of war became a major hazard for civilians. Today, four regions of Armenia are still contaminated with unexploded ordnance, impacting over 35,000 residents.

security

Military Expenditures and the Economy: Behind the War of Weapons

Azerbaijan increased its military spending by 17% in 2020; this was among the largest annual increases in Eastern Europe and Eurasia. Ani Avetisyan breaks down the numbers of the military expenditures of both Armenia and Azerbaijan.

history

The Calamitous 1921 Treaty of Moscow

The Treaty of Moscow reaffirmed, almost identically, the borders laid out in the Treaty of Alexandropol. Armenia, thus, conceded 20,000 square kilometers to Turkey. Mikayel Yalanuzyan reveals the details of those turbulent times.

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  2020 թվականի  44-օրյա պատերազմի ընթացքում հայ հասարակությունը սկսեց կարևորել ինքնապաշտպանության, առաջին բուժօգնության հմտություններին տիրապետելը: Այդ շրջանում, «Ողջ մնալու արվեստ» կազմակերպությու նը միանգամից մոբիլիզացրեց իր ռեսուրսները և ամենօրյա ռեժիմով դասընթացներ սկսեց` տարբեր տարիքի և սեռի քաղաքացիների համար:  ՈՄԱ կազմակերպության հիմնադիր ղեկավար, հետախույզ Վովա Վարդանովը խոսում է հայ հասարակությանն ավելի  մարտունակ դարձնելու և ռազմական ոլորտում հմտությունների և գիտելիքների արդիականացման կարևորության մասին:

  In EVN Report’s news roundup for the week of May 14, 2021: Azerbaijani military advances into Armenia’s sovereign territory in the regions of Syunik and Gegharkunik; Armenia invokes Article 2 of the Collective Security Treaty Organization’s mutual defense clause; Armenians will be heading to the polls on June 20 after early parliamentary elections were triggered this week. 

  After moving to Armenia from France in 2015, contemporary art curator Nairi Khatchadourian has curated numerous exhibitions and been involved in a number of initiatives with practitioners in different fields of art, design, music and publication. Nairi speaks to EVN Report about the local art scene, the challenges and opportunities and the need for a national cultural policy and strategy.

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