Event Videos — #NAASRevent

CRISIS IN THE CAUCASUS: Nagorno-Karabakh Under Siege

CRISIS IN THE CAUCASUS: Nagorno-Karabakh Under Siege

As the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict continues, three diverse experts come together to discuss the crisis today, the history of yesterday, and the actions of tomorrow.

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THE KARABAGH WAR: History, Context, Implications

THE KARABAGH WAR: History, Context, Implications

On September 27, 2020, the government of Azerbaijan backed by Turkey dramatically escalated the conflict with Armenians in the Republic of Nagorno-Karabagh. Why is this happening now? What is at stake? What are the global implications? What could happen next?

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From the Original Birds’ Nest Orphanage in Sidon to Present Day Sanjak Camp

From the Original Birds’ Nest Orphanage in Sidon to Present Day Sanjak Camp

Misak Kelechian presents a visual tour of two sites of great importance to Armenians who settled in Lebanon as refugees in the 1920s and 1930s: the Birds’ Nest orphanage and Sanjak Camp.

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THE ARMENIAN EXPERIENCE: Between Memory and History

THE ARMENIAN EXPERIENCE: Between Memory and History

An international expert at CERI-Sciences Po, Dr. Gaïdz Minassian has been a journalist at Le Monde since 2001. He has a Ph.D. in Political Science and teaches International Relations at SciencesPo, Paris and is the author of several books on international relations, the South, Caucasus and Armenia.

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Trend or Exception? Democratization in Armenia and Authoritarianism Worldwide

Trend or Exception? Democratization in Armenia and Authoritarianism Worldwide

At a time when there is great concern over the apparent decline of liberal democracy around the world, in 2018 Armenia seemed to be a notable exception and was hailed as “badly needed good news for democracy” by the Washington Post.

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