1 November, 2018 21:13 Karabakh settlement should be accepted by Armenia, Karabakh and Azerbaijan Nikol Pashinyan stated that any settlement of the Karabakh issue should be accepted by the peoples of Armenia, Artsakh [Nagorno Karabakh] and Azerbaijan.

"Is there an official in Azerbaijan who is ready to repeat the same phrase, just say the same sentence? If there is an official who can repeat this sentence, we can really say that there is a window of opportunity," said Pashinyan during a special session of the National Assembly on November 1.
1 November, 2018 21:02 Armenia Set to Have Early Parliamentary Elections Pashinyan Not Elected Prime Minister in a Second Round of Elections

Acting PM Nikol Pashinyan did not receive enough votes to be elected as a prime minister in a special session of the National Assembly on November 1, a result which Pashinyan had been hoping for and which will lead to snap parliamentary elections.
31 հոկտեմբեր, 2018 21:00 An Intellectual Revolution Thru Technology The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology (FAST) wants to carry on an intellectual revolution through technology. Since its creation in 2017, the foundation has been focusing on developing the tech sector in Armenia through grants and opportunities for local engineers.

CivilNet’s Ani Paitjan talks with Armen Orujyan, Founding CEO of FAST, about how technology can be a solution to the many challenges facing Armenia.
31 հոկտեմբեր, 2018 18:22 The Future of Plastic Waste in Armenia A company called Cleanland company recycles plastic at a factory located in Yerevan. A plastic bottle is supplied to the factory by “Apaga” recycling company. The company’s Marketing Director Hayk Ghazaryan tells CivilNet about the difficulties as well as the successes he has so far experienced.
31 October, 2018 09:32 An Unpopular Discussion About Karabakh On October 23, during a special session of the National Assembly, Armenia’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan spoke about Karabakh among many other issues CivilNet’s Karen Harutyunyan and Tatul Hakobyan discuss Pashinyan’s statements, as well as the current stage of the Nagorno Karabakh negotiations The interview is translated from Armenian with minor editing. 30 հոկտեմբեր, 2018 21:05 Բացահայտելով իմ Գյումրին․ ֆռռիկ | Discovering My Gyumri: My Spinning Top Բացահայտելով իր Գյումրին, Գեղամ Մուղնեցյանն իր մանկության փողոցի վրա վերհիշել է քաղաքի երեխաների ամենասիրելի ու նորովի վերածնված խաղերից մեկը, «Իմ Ֆռիկը»։

While rediscovering his Gyumri, Gegham Mughnetsyan has visited his childhood street and reminisced about one of the most beloved toys of the city's children which has now remerged as a new brand, "My Spinning Top".
30 October, 2018 09:18 Armenia Ready to Discuss Buying Weapons from US Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that he does not rule out purchasing weapons from the US, following a visit to Armenia by US National Security Adviser John Bolton. “"The government is not limited to anything. If we get a favorable offer from the United States, we will discuss it,"” he said on Saturday.

Visiting Yerevan as part of his regional tour, Bolton declared that Washington is ready to sell weapons to Armenia in order to reduce Russia's influence.
27 October, 2018 08:53 Ex-US Envoy James Warlick on Russia’s Role in Karabakh “The conventional wisdom with Karabakh has been that Moscow really doesn’t want a settlement… The problem with that conventional wisdom is that it just doesn’t bear itself out,” former U.S.’ Karabakh negotiator James Warlick said on October 19. He spoke as part of the panel “Frozen Conflicts and the Kremlin’s Agenda” hosted by the Atlantic Council of the United States in Washington.

27 October, 2018 08:43 Karabakh Negotiations Not Priority for Bolton: Emil Sanamyan Emil Sanamyan, the editor of the Focus on Karabakh, a project of the USC Institute of Armenian Studies, spoke with CivilNet’s Stella Mehrabekyan about the October 24-25, 2018 visit to Azerbaijan and Armenia by the U.S. president’s national security adviser John Bolton.
A. As Bolton explained in his interview prior to the visit, the objective of his trip to the South Caucasus had to do with how these countries are dealing with Iran, Russia and Turkey, rather than the Caucasus countries themselves. Bolton is known as a proponent of more muscular foreign policy, especially with regards to Iran. And during this trip, Bolton was taking the measure of how useful the Caucasus countries could be in terms of isolating Iran.

26 հոկտեմբեր, 2018 20:10 Could Armenia Become A Direct Democracy? Switzerland is one of the few countries where semi-democracy rules the state. Switzerland adopted this kind of democracy since the 19th century. Stefan Kristensen is an Academic Philosopher and lives in Geneva. Besides that, he also has been politically active in the last twenty years in his city.

CivilNet’s Ani Paitjan talks with him about that specific democracy works.
24 October, 2018 22:17 Round One: National Assembly Failed To Elect A Prime Minister Armenia’s National Assembly did not elect a Prime Minister during its October 24 session. Yelk faction, led by the acting PM Nikol Pashinyan, nominated the latter for the post of prime minister. Nikol Pashinyan did not get enough votes to be elected on purpose.

23 October, 2018 21:12 Adee-boodee, exile and the Syunecis A spontaneous, one-day journey took me to Kapan, Armenia, in time to witness some of the celebrations and activities scheduled for the ‘Day of Kapan’ last Saturday. My friend, Satine (Qaj Satine, as I like to call her since she has climbed Mt. Khustup twice), greeted me near the city hall but had to return to work promptly for a few hours before joining me for the rest of the day. So, I had some free time and decided to wander off into the city and see the celebrations in the main square.