Opinion – CIVILNET Ձայներ The views expressed here are those of the authors and they do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of CivilNet. The Armenian Repatriation By Civilnet February 17, 2022 Feb 17, 2022 The challenges that Armenia has been facing throughout its history have catalyzed the development of the Armenian Diaspora communities to preserve and strengthen their identity, and… Life After War By Գևորգ Թոսունյան Gevorg Tosunyan December 29, 2020 Dec 29, 2020 The Second Artsakh War lasted for 44 days. During each of those days, people in Armenia and in Artsakh woke up anxiously for information from the frontline. For those who had family… Who is Vazgen Manukyan? His political past and present By Թաթուլ Հակոբյան December 23, 2020 Dec 23, 2020 By Tatul HakobyanVazgen Manukyan has been involved in Armenia’s politics since 1988. Back then, the rallying place of the Armenian people was Yerevan's Freedom Square, near the opera.Manukyan… Nikol Pashinyan: An Elected Catastrophe By Թաթուլ Հակոբյան December 12, 2020 Dec 12, 2020 By Tatul HakobyanNikol Pashinyan is a catastrophe that was elected by 70% of Armenia’s population.It is painful and dangerous especially when those who elected the prime minister… Why Armenian's Street Opposition is Unable to Garner Mass Support By Գևորգ Թոսունյան Gevorg Tosunyan December 10, 2020 Dec 10, 2020 By Gevorg TosunyanOn November 9, the leaders of Armenia, Russia and Azerbaijan signed a trilateral statement, which effectively ended the 44-day war in Nagorno Karabakh.Hours before… Day 1 of Peace, Nagorno Karabakh By Անժելիկա Զաքարյան November 15, 2020 Nov 15, 2020 By Lika Zakaryan (A refugee from Stepanakert, writing in Armenia.)The war is officially over but it goes on for me. Decisions, points, maps -- my mind cannot grasp all these. I don’t… Day 37, Diary of War, Nagorno Karabakh By Անժելիկա Զաքարյան November 06, 2020 Nov 06, 2020 Met a very nice woman today. Her husband and eldest son are in the war, and she and her two children are in the shelter.“Sometimes it seems to me that I can’t bear it anymore,… Day 36, Diary of War, Nagorno-Karabakh By Անժելիկա Զաքարյան November 05, 2020 Nov 05, 2020 By Lika Zakaryan, Stepanakert"Cubes of sugar"Shushi was bombed again. The war continues, more and more refugees and many more wounded. Not to mention the eternal loss... Today I want… Day 35, Diary of War, Nagorno-Karabakh By Անժելիկա Զաքարյան November 03, 2020 Nov 03, 2020 By Lika Zakaryan, StepanakertIn the morning the weather in Stepanakert was excellent. Autumn, a light breeze, the sun warmed my soul. I decided to leave the shelter for a bit, and… Day 33, Diary of War, Nagorno Karabakh By Անժելիկա Զաքարյան November 01, 2020 Nov 01, 2020 By Lika Zakaryan, StepanakertToday, I was in the maternity hospital, which was bombed yesterday. To be honest, it was indescribably scary. If it were not for Levon (he is my cameraman… Authors Էրիկ Հակոբյան Eric Hacopian View Posts → Բենիամին Պողոսյան Benyamin Poghosyan View Posts → Լուսինե Հովհաննիսյան Lusine Hovhannisyan View Posts → Կարեն Հարությունյան Karen Harutyunyan View Posts → Տիգրան Գրիգորյան | Tigran Grigoryan View Posts → Վարուժան Ավետիքյան Varoujan Avedikian View Posts → Գևորգ Թոսունյան Gevorg Tosunyan View Posts → Արեգ Դանագուլյան Areg Danagoulian View Posts → Read more.