Current Year — NAASR/Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lecture Series

CRISIS IN ARMENIA'S RUSSIA-ONLY SECURITY DOCTRINE ~ Wednesday, August 25, 2021, Live on Zoom/YouTube

CRISIS IN ARMENIA'S RUSSIA-ONLY SECURITY DOCTRINE ~ Wednesday, August 25, 2021, Live on Zoom/YouTube

Join Lilit Gevorgyan and Armen Kharazian for Crisis in Armenia's Russia-Only Security Doctrine, the second in the What’s Next series of discussions on the post-war Armenian reality.

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A MASTER PLAN? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification ~ Wednesday, June 30, 2021 ~ Live on Zoom/YouTube

A MASTER PLAN? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification ~ Wednesday, June 30, 2021 ~ Live on Zoom/YouTube

Join Lilit Gevorgyan and Armen Kharazian for A Master Plan? Russo-Azeri Strategy for Armenian Pacification, the first in the What’s Next series of discussions on the post-war Armenian reality.

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BACK TO THE BALLOT BOX: The June Elections in Armenia and the Stakes for Statehood ~ Saturday, May 22, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

BACK TO THE BALLOT BOX: The June Elections in Armenia and the Stakes for Statehood ~ Saturday, May 22, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

Join us for a discussion with three distinguished experts who will analyze how we got here, what may lie ahead, and what it means for Armenian statehood.

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VALLEY OF DEATH: A 44-DAY CATASTROPHE ~ Saturday, March, 27, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube and In Person

VALLEY OF DEATH: A 44-DAY CATASTROPHE ~ Saturday, March, 27, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube and In Person

Join Tatul Hakobyan to deconstruct events leading up to and following the 44-Day War. The discussion will be in English. Conflict specialist Hakobyan will examine why the war started; what transpired on the ground; what were the surprises, if any; and why events unfolded along a trajectory of seemingly endless calamities.

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GETTING THE TRUTH OUT: Academia, Advocacy, and the War on Armenia(ns) ~ Wednesday, March 24, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

GETTING THE TRUTH OUT: Academia, Advocacy, and the War on Armenia(ns) ~ Wednesday, March 24, 2021 ~ On Zoom/YouTube

How can scholars maintain their commitment to academic integrity while also contributing to this larger effort? How can activists who work on the “front lines” or in the corridors of power benefit from the foundational work of scholars? Are the priorities and responsibilities of the academic and activist worlds reconcilable and complementary or must they be seen as separate? Can greater collaboration and cooperation among scholars, across Armenian community political and organizational lines, and among activists representing different interest groups more effectively counter Turkey and Azerbaijan’s exponentially larger wealth and influence? Join us for the discussion.

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