11 November, 2020 17:13 We have outlived empires and can build our nation tomorrow Our “today” must always be defined by the future we envision and not impeded by the past. Up to the start of the Artsakh War, the hottest topic of public discussion and controversy in Armenia was the issue of the content of Armenian history textbooks in schools. Experts, policy makers, intellectuals and politicians were fighting over whether Armenian history goes back to 4000 or 3000 years. History does not secure victory. We must think, discuss and labour as to how we can educate our children to become world class scientists, technologists, innovators, developers and data scientists. Future wars will not be fought with tanks, but with keyboards.

11 November, 2020 05:41 A Bitter Mo(u)rning: The Importance of Unity and Solidarity in a Time of War On November 10 Armenians the world over woke up hoping the events of the previous night were a nightmare. There were a few seconds of respite, before we checked our phones and realized, that no, it was not a nightmare, we are now living in new, uncertain, and dangerous times where not only the fate of Artsakh, but the future of Armenia is at stake.

We cannot understand the present, if we do not critically examine the past. For nearly thirty years Armenia has been ruled by successive authoritarian and corrupt rulers who failed to invest in the country’s social and economic development, claiming that money was needed for military expenditures. Instead of investing in strengthening the country, they engaged in extractivist, exploitative politics that weakened it.
10 November, 2020 21:05 First Day of Peace: Frontline Remains Calm ✓Armenian Defense Ministry reports a tense calm along all sectors of the frontline.

✓Russia’s Foreign Ministry refutes Azerbaijani claims about Turkish peacekeeper deployment.

✓Smaller protests continue in Yerevan against the peace agreement.
10 November, 2020 20:47 Only Russian peacekeepers will be deployed to Karabakh Only Russian peacekeepers will be deployed on the Karabakh line of contact, announced the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

In an interview with "Echo of Moscow" radio station, Zakharova said, “When the text of the statement is published, no one will have any doubts, I would like to pay attention to the statement of Russian President Vladimir Putin. We are talking about the deployment of only Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno Karabakh along the line of contact."

The President of Azerbaijan Ilham Ali said, that the peacekeepers' mission will be Russian-Turkish or that there is no mention of Turkish forces in the text of the statement.
10 November, 2020 19:11 The Day After the 2020 Karabakh War Ended: An Analysis Political consultant Eric Hacopian gave his take on what the end of the 2020 Karabakh war means for Armenia and Armenians, as well as what steps should now be taken, and what is the current situation within Armenia. 10 November, 2020 18:26 Guerre du Haut-Karabakh: Accord de paix amer signé entre l'Arménie, l'Azerbaïdjan et la Russie L'Arménie a signé un accord de paix avec l'Azerbaïdjan et la Russie. Le Premier ministre d'Arménie, Nikol Pashinyan, a déclaré que cette décision était douloureuse à prendre.
10 November, 2020 16:01 L'Arménie signe une armistice avec l'Azerbaïdjan Après plus de 44 jours de guerre dans le Haut-Karabakh, le conflit semble prendre fin.
Une armistice a été signée entre le président de la Russie, Vladmir Putin, le président de l'Azerbaïdjan, Ilham Aliyev et le Premier ministre arménien Nikol Pashinyan.

L’accord a été signé à une heure du matin, heure arménienne, le 10 novembre.
10 November, 2020 12:16 Peace Agreement Signed Between Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia ✓A peace agreement has been signed by Putin, Aliyev and Pashinyan.

✓The agreement includes the handing over of land and the deployment of Russian peacekeepers.

✓President of the National Assembly Ararat Mirzoyan is assaulted by protesters and hospitalized.
10 November, 2020 06:14 Armenia's Parliament Speaker Ararat Mirzoyan Taken to Hospital “National Assembly Speaker Ararat Mirzoyan was taken to hospital. He has injuries. Fortunately, there is no danger to his life,” reports Chief of Staff to Armenia’s Prime Minister Eduard Aghajanyan.

Mirzoyan was beaten early Tuesday morning by a group that has gathered near Armenia’s National Assembly to protest Nikol Pashinyan’s signing of an agreement over the Karabakh War.

Few hours before, Pashinyan wrote on his Facebook page that he has made the difficult decision to sign a statement with Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev and Russian President Vladimir Putin. A group has stormed the National Assembly demanding answers from officials regarding the deal with Azerbaijan and Russia.
10 November, 2020 04:25 “I have given my consent to end the war”, Karabakh President In a Facebook post addressed to the nation, Karabakh President Arayik Harutyunyan says that Pashinyan had consent from him as well as consent from the overwhelming majority of Karabakh parliamentary deputies to sign a trilateral agreement with Azerbaijan and Russia.

“Dear Compatriots,

Today we spent the whole day with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan discussing our actions aimed at ending the hostilities.

I had discussions beforehand with the National Assembly of the Republic of Artsakh and received the consent of the overwhelming majority of the deputies.
10 November, 2020 02:37 9 Points Signed by Aliyev, Pashinyan, Putin on Karabakh "We, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan I. G. Aliyev, Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia Nikolai Pashinyan and President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin announced the following:

1. A complete ceasefire and all hostilities in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict are announced from 00:00 hours Moscow time on November 10, 2020. The Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Armenia, hereinafter referred to as the Parties, stop at their positions.

2. The Aghdam region and the territories held by the Armenian Party in the Gazakh region of the Republic of Azerbaijan shall be returned to the Azerbaijan Party until November 20, 2020.
10 November, 2020 02:12 "I have signed a statement with Russia, Azerbaijan", Pashinyan "Dear Compatriots, sisters and brothers. I have made a very, very difficult decision for myself and for all of us.

I have signed a statement with Presidents of Russia and Azerbaijan on ending the Karabakh war at 01:00. The text of the statement that has already been published is unspeakably painful for me personally and for our people.

I made that decision as a result of an in-depth analysis of the military situation and the assessment often people who know the situation best. Also based o notes belief that this is the best possible solution to the current situation. I will give a detailed message about tall this in the coming days.

This is not a victory, but there is no defeat until you recognize yourself as defeated. We will never recognize ourselves as defeated and this should be the beginning of our era of national unification and rebirth.