13 July, 2020 04:50 New Skirmishes Erupt on Armenia-Azerbaijan State Border Late Sunday evening, a group of Azerbaijani servicemen in a military vehicle tried to enter Armenian territory and take over a border post. 10 July, 2020 21:45 Armenia Adopts New Values and Identity Based Security Strategy ✓A US House of Representatives Committee has voiced supported for Demining aid to Karabakh.
✓557 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed.
✓Tsarukyan’s Shangri-La casino’s license has been revoked due to tax discrepancies.
✓Armenia’s Security Council has approved a new National Security Strategy.
10 July, 2020 09:33 For the First Time, Majority of Armenians Report They Don't Have Child Gender Preference The majority of Armenians now report that the gender of their child “does not matter,” according to the latest data from the Caucasus Barometer, an annual household survey conducted by the Caucasus Research Resource Centers think tank network.
9 July, 2020 22:01 Retrial to Begin Regarding Tsarukyan’s Arrest ✓ The Court of Appeal has sent Tsarukyan’s case for a retrial.
✓ ECHR has rejected a call for interim period for 4 high court judges
✓ Armenia’s total number of coronavirus cases have surpassed 30,000.
8 July, 2020 22:13 Armenian Factory Begins Production of Kalashnikov Rifles ✓An Armenian factory begins producing Kalashnikov rifles.

✓The PM’s spokeswoman has responded to Aliyev’s comments on the Karabakh conflict.

✓Greece has ratified the EU-Armenia CEPA agreement.

✓Half a billion drams worth of financial support will be provided to families with children.

✓Greece has ratified the EU-Armenia CEPA agreement.

✓535 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed.
7 July, 2020 21:59 White House Press Secretary Uses the Term “Armenian Genocide,” In Reference to Vandalized Memorials ✓The White House Press Secretary uses the term “Armenian Genocide,” in reference to vandalized memorials
✓349 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed.
✓Kim Kardashian has supported a fundraising campaign to help small businesses in Armenia.
7 July, 2020 18:39 Two Years After Velvet Revolution, Armenia Sees Increased Public Trust in Institutions “Significant increase in public trust in state institutions” is what the latest data from the Caucasus Barometer shows, more than two years after the 2018 Velvet Revolution ushered in dramatic changes to the country’s domestic political landscape. The annual household survey—and the largest coordinated data collection effort in the South Caucasus—was last conducted in Armenia from February 21 to March 15, 2020 by the Caucasus Research Resource Centers think tank network.
6 July, 2020 22:08 New Survey Shows What Nationalities Armenians Prefer for Marriage ✓ A survey has listed which nationalities Armenians prefer for marriage.

✓A second motion to have Mikael Minasyan, the son in law of Serzh Sargsyan, arrested has been rejected.

✓330 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed.
6 July, 2020 21:48 New Poll Highlights Public Uncertainty in Armenia and Georgia About Region’s Place in the World Recently released data from the Caucasus Barometer, an annual household survey and the largest coordinated data collection effort in the South Caucasus, highlight widespread public uncertainty in Armenia and Georgia about the region’s geopolitical path. The surveys, organized by the Caucasus Research Resource Centers think tank network, were conducted in Armenia from February 21 to March 15, 2020 and in Georgia from October 9 to November 4, 2019.

5 July, 2020 20:45 Armenia’s Constitutional Issues From an International Perspective Anna Myriam Roccatello is the Deputy Executive Director and Director of Programs of the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) with over 25 years of international experience in rule of law, human rights and transitional justice. She spoke to CivilNet’s Emilio Cricchio about the importance of transitional justice, the issues surrounding the Armenian Constitutional Court, constitutional review processes and how to create a social contract in Armenian society.
5 July, 2020 19:09 A Japanese Man’s Mission in Armenia | Ճապոնացի Հիրոկիի պատմությունը Հայաստանում Tokyo-born Hiroki Tachiiri has been living in Armenia for three years. He has released two books, one in English and one in Japanese, both about life in Armenia. From setting up a business to finding an apartment, the books are a guide for foreigners who want to resettle in a foreign country. The Japanese-version of the book is one of the few on the subject of Armenia available for Japanese readers.
5 July, 2020 11:17 Historical Notes on Armenian-British Military Collaboration in 1918-20 The establishment of Soviet rule in Armenia, and the development of science and academia being restricted by the framework of central Soviet ideology, did not allow for the proper historical study of Armenia’s First Republic. Even after independence, the study of some topics remains incomplete, or, at least, they remain inadequately presented. This has resulted not only in our misunderstanding of our relations with various nations and states, but it has also resulted in misattributing causes of certain gaps in our history during that period. During its short existence, the First Republic of Armenia paid great attention to the establishment of foreign relations. Suitably, it is very important to study the history of Armenian-British diplomatic relations during that period, including with respect to military cooperation. The sources for this study are the works of both Armenian and British figures as well as archival documents available on the subject.