The draft of the new standard of general education has generated much discussion as well as disagreement. Narek Manukyan discusses the draft from the viewpoint of its political messaging, the positive amendments it offers as well as the problems that still need to be addressed.
Innovative forms of activism emerged in different societies to overcome the limitations of physical distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harutyun Marutyan, Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute (AGMI) responds to Professor Stepan Astourian’s article on EVN Report, “Hybrid Warfare, a Pseudo-Scandal and the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute.”
A nation that has been confronted by the choice to either adopt another's culture by subterfuge or by violence, or face cultural extinction is a nation that has experienced the agony of cultural genocide. A conversation between two historians.
Leaving behind a prolific legacy that included a distinguished academic career and groundbreaking archaeological discoveries, Dr. Gregory Areshian’s passing left a void for generations of students who considered him a teacher, friend and mentor.
The beleaguered Armenian residents of Beirut recount the moment a catastrophic explosion destroyed their city. While they will now have to rebuild, many wonder about the future.
Beirut will rise again, but it will not be the Beirut that shaped us. It will not be the vibrant, chaotic, Beirut that made us fall in love with it over and over again despite all the pain it caused us, writes Shoushan Keshishian.
Demonstrators in Beirut, venting their rage against a government that has failed them miserably, clashed with security forces today in a second consecutive day of protests. EVN Report’s Roubina Margossian was there and filed these images.
Residents of Beirut try to come to grips with the devastating blast on August 4, 2020, that destroyed parts of the port and several neighborhoods, leaving over 150 dead, almost 6000 wounded and over 300,000 homeless. Photo story by Roubina Margossian from Beirut.
Despite the COVID-19 emergency piling on top of displacement-related issues, a refugee family from Iraq is filled with optimism, striving for a better future in Armenia.