Nationhood, State-building and Governance

The general state of flux and lack of clarity following the collapse of Artsakh—including the peace process—has produced a great deal of uncertainty, precipitating important questions about nationhood, state-building, and how to move forward. Armenia must assess the challenges, threats and risks of its security environment and clarify a new architecture that reflects state and national interests.

Baku QAnon: The New High Armenophobia

Baku QAnon: The New High Armenophobia

While conspiracy theories and nationalist pseudohistories are a common phenomenon in the postsocialist space, something peculiar has happened in Azerbaijan; the eccentric ultranationalists, whose ideas are popular among the regime-aligned elite and are explicitly sponsored by the state, have proven triumphant.

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