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100 days of premiership

Karen Karapetyan’s landmark decisions and initiatives

December 28, 2016
100 days of premiership
December 21, 2016 marked 100 days as Karen Karapetyan came to occupy the post of the Prime Minister of Armenia. This space of time is viewed as a symbolic ‘probation period’ for a politician. PAN will tell about Karapetyan’s most important decisions and initiatives.

From investment fund to calamity zone

Most important points of new government program

October 26, 2016
From investment fund to calamity zone
On October 18, the Armenian government approved a new program that was adopted by the National Assembly. PanARMENIAN.Net presents the most important points of the 33-page document.

‘Long-living’ man of few words

Armenian Foreign Minister’s diplomacy

October 7, 2016
‘Long-living’ man of few words
Edward Nalbandian was appointed as the Foreign Minister of Armenia on April 15, 2008. After occupying the post in the government led by former Prime Ministers Tigran Sargsyan and Hovik Abarahamyan, he will continue to serve under new PM Karen Karapetyan, becoming the ‘longest-living’ minister in the new Armenian government.

War rules for conflicting sides

Geneva Conventions

May 24, 2016
War rules for conflicting sides
The Geneva Conventions ratified by 196 countries are a set of treaties regarding humanitarian issues of civilians and combatants in wartime. The Geneva Conventions extensively defined the basic rights of wartime prisoners (civilians and military personnel); established protections for the wounded and sick; and established protections for the civilians in and around a war-zone.

7 semplici fatti che spiegano il Nagorno Karabakh e gli ultimi conflitti

(In Italian)

April 8, 2016
7 semplici fatti che spiegano il Nagorno Karabakh e gli ultimi conflitti
Molti di voi avranno sentito parlare degli ultimi conflitti attualmente in corso in Nagorno Karabakh e non hanno ben compreso le ragioni scatenanti, o hanno forse letto qualcosa sul confitto e vorrebbero magari saperne qualcosa di più.

7 simple facts explaining Karabakh and the latest clashes

April 5, 2016
7 simple facts explaining Karabakh and the latest clashes
Many of you may have heard about the clashes currently underway in Nagorno Karabakh and are not sure about the reasons, or have read about the conflict and would perhaps like to learn more about it.

Perincek v Switzerland: What does ECHR's judgment mean?

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg has ruled that Switzerland violated Dogu Perincek's right to freedom of speech.

October 15, 2015
Perincek v Switzerland: What does ECHR's judgment mean?
PanARMENIAN.Net gathered comments concerning the verdict. (Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights, regularly mentioned in the text of the judgment, provides the right to freedom of expression and information.)

Baku fires howitzers amid global community’s idle sighs

Realizing the mediators and world powers cannot be relied on, Armenia pledged to punish Azerbaijan itself.

September 28, 2015
Baku fires howitzers amid global community’s idle sighs
The longer powers interested in the Karabakh conflict settlement, international organizations and the OSCE Minsk Group mediators keep silent, the more uncontrollable Azerbaijan becomes, trying to turn the situation in the conflict zone into a full-scale war.

Forty Days of Musa Dagh: Part 1

The order on the deportation of the Armenian population of Kessab was issued on July 26

August 12, 2015
Forty Days of Musa Dagh: Part 1
August-September 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of Musa Dagh resistance. As a celebration of victory, PanARMENIAN.Net will periodically present the chronology of events.

Implications of Electoral Code amendments ahead of vote

The idea of involving the Armenian Diaspora in elections is not new; it was first voiced following the adoption of the Law on Dual Citizenship.

December 8, 2012
Implications of Electoral Code amendments ahead of vote
Ahead of any elections, Armenia, as well as Israel, countries whose Diaspora is far larger than the population living in the homeland, face debate on the need to involve the Diaspora in the presidential or parliamentary voting. Armenians and Jews living in other countries amount to 2/3 of their total number, with approximately 3 millions of Armenians living in Armenia and about 6 millions of Jews in Israel. These figures make 7 and 14 millions worldwide, respectively. If all of them have the right to vote, the outcome of elections in our countries could be absolutely different and even unpredictable for either the politicians or experts of Armenia and Israel.
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