2 April, 2019 22:32 Pashinyan Pays Tribute to Soldiers Killed During Four-Day War with Azerbaijan Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan visited “Yerablur”, a military cemetery located on a hilltop in outside of Yerevan, to pay tribute to soldiers who died during the Four-Day War in April of 2016.

He was accompanied by National Assembly Speaker Ararat Mirzoyan, members of parliament, and high ranking officials of the military.
2 ապրիլ, 2019 19:44 Բացահայտելով իմ Գյումրին. մի լուսանկարի պատմություն | Discovering My Gyumri: Tale behind the Photo Երկրաշարժից 30 տարի անց՝ «Բացահայտելով Գյումրին», Սիվիլնեթը զրուցեց Մարինե Նուռոյանի հետ, որի՝ փլատակների տակից փրկվելուց հետո արված լուսանկարը դարձել էր մեծ աղետի և վերածննդի խորհրդանիշը։

30 years after the earthquake, while on a journey of rediscovery through his hometown Gyumri, Gegham Mughnetsyan and the Civilnet crew visited Marine Nuroyan who with her daughters spent more than a day under the ruins of a 9-story building and the photograph taken of them following their rescue became the symbol of Gyumri's rebirth after the catastrophe.
2 April, 2019 13:06 PoliTalks with Erik S. Reinert An in depth conversation between PoliTalks host Eric Hacopian and famed development economist Erik Reinert about the failures of Neo-liberalism and its impact on Armenia and the world economy.
2 April, 2019 11:29 Nagorno Karabakh: No Breakthrough, But a Serious Talk About Peace CivilNet’s Tatul Hakobyan was part of reporters’ pool accompanying Armenia’s Prime-minister Nikol Pashinyan at a meeting with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev in Vienna, March 29. Tatul Hakobyan’s article was published on Jam-news.net. 1 April, 2019 23:15 Pashinyan and Aliyev Met in Vienna Through a Facebook Live video, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan discussed his meeting with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev in Vienna on March 29.

This was the first official negotiations meeting on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between the two leaders.
1 April, 2019 00:13 Arts and Culture: Causes Worth Fighting For Many people are outraged with this decision, also thanks to the acting minister not being the most popular one among her peers. I am not going to zoom-in through to the widely discussed accusations and allegations of the person (who has to do everything she can to uphold Armenian culture) not being in the right place. No, I’m not going to do that. I am also not going to count more than a dozen ways in which she could have handled the matter in an appropriate way. Instead, I would like to focus on the role that government and its officials should play to cherish and advance Armenian culture. 31 March, 2019 10:05 The Revolution Need Not Be Automated For centuries after the Industrial Revolution, automation did not hinder wage and employment growth, because it was accompanied by new technologies geared toward maintaining the role of human labor in value creation. But in the era of artificial intelligence, it will be up to policymakers to ensure that the pattern continues.

Artificial intelligence is transforming every aspect of our lives, not least the economy. As a general-purpose technology, AI’s applications are potentially endless. While it can be used to automate tasks previously performed by people, it can also make human labor more productive, thereby increasing labor demand.
30 March, 2019 14:50 PoliTalks with Vahram Ter-Matevosyan An interview between PolitTalks host Eric Hacopian and professor Vahram Ter-Matevosyan about the upcoming Turkish election, and political developments in Turkey both current and historical.
28 March, 2019 23:54 Serviceman Detained for Murder in Karabakh On the evening of March 26, a serviceman suspected of killing Ara Georgy Arakelyan was detained in a military unit located in the northeastern part of Karabakh. 26 March, 2019 22:01 Meeting to Be Held in Vienna Between Pashinyan and Aliyev The meeting between Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev may take place in Vienna on March 29, according to Interfax, an Azerbaijani news site. The two leaders will discuss the current conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. 26 March, 2019 21:23 From India to Armenia: A New Migration Flow Although Armenia is not a country that has historically attracted tourists and migrants from other countries, in recent years, the Armenia’s Indian population has increased significantly. What do they come for? Most are students at the Medical State University of Yerevan or businessmen and IT company owners. This increase in Indian migrants is a new phenomenon for Armenia that will require new approaches to migration.
25 մարտ, 2019 22:00 PoliTalks with Peter Eriksson A conversation between #PoliTalks host Eric Hacopian and Peter Eriksson The Swedish Minister for International Development Cooperation, about Sweden's development programs in Armenia and the political challenges facing European Union countries.