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Women for Peace, (too) far behind

Azerbaijani and Armenian women are increasingly committed to peace in the region. Women, especially young women, deplore the fact that men have been over-represented in peace talks for decades and see this as a barrier to peace. Focus on four of these activists. Number 1: Leyla (name changed at the request of the interviewee). After …

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Global Armenian Summit : a new Armenia-Diaspora dialogue

The first Global Armenian Summit ended on Sunday 31 October in Yerevan. For four days, representatives of the Armenian diaspora and local partners discussed the most pressing challenges and strategic issues for Armenia’s security. It was an opportunity for Armenia and the diaspora to identify priorities and develop a common roadmap for future cooperation. The Director …

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Armenia: “A new war of occupation is coming to the gates of Europe”

In an article published in “Le Monde”, intellectuals and politicians including Clémentine Autain, François-Xavier Bellamy, Valérie Boyer, Annette Becker and Olivier Faure express their alarm at Europe’s passivity in the face of Azerbaijan’s offensive on the Republic of Armenia.  On September 13, Azerbaijan launched a multi-directional offensive against the territory of the Republic of Armenia. This event …

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