Paruyr Abrahamyan

Paruyr Abrahamyan is an economist, a travelling lecturer, currently working as a development expert at UNDP. Occasionally, he writes articles for international magazines. He graduated the French University in Armenia, University of Padova in Italy, University Paris 1 Sorbonne in France and University of KU Leuven in Belgium. His areas of expertise cover sustainable development, ecological economics, political ecology, political economy, micro-, macro-, green/blue economics, circular economy and more.  Paruyr has experience working in Armenia, France, Brazil, Norway, India, Iran and China. He has worked with social movements and local communities in Latin America, traveled about 90 countries and guest lectured in 17 countries. 

Articles by Paruyr Abrahamyan

Was China All Innocent During the 2020 Artsakh War?

China considers Turkey a key strategic partner under the Belt and Road Initiative. It has also intensified economic relations with Azerbaijan and is keen to diversify its commercial routes to Europe. Was China a silent observer or did it have any role to play during the 2020 Artsakh War.

Global Water Scarcity and Its Implications for Armenia

In this comprehensive piece on water security, Paruyr Abrahamyan provides an in-depth overview of global water scarcity, how this will potentially compound the already-complex problems facing the South Caucasus and makes a number of recommendations.

Սակավաջրության խնդիրը աշխարհում ու հնարավոր հետևանքները Հայաստանում

Ջրային պաշարների մասին ընդարձակ այս հոդվածում Պարույր Աբրահամյանը հանգամանալից ներկայացնում է սակավաջրության խնդիրը աշխարհում և անդրադառնում, թե ինչպես կարող է այն բարդացնել առանց այդ էլ բարդ իրավիճակը Հարավային Կովկասում։

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