John Maynard Keynes claimed that when in experience straight lines apparently parallel often meet, there is no need to rebuke the lines for not keeping straight. One simply needs to throw over the axiom of parallels and to work out a non-Euclidean geometry...

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"The President went to negotiate, and we don't even know what has been discussed. To whom and about what shall we complain? We don't know anything. There is a lack of information". "The government officials are too far away from the people. No one asks us, "What shall we do?"
"I am not certain that, for instance, the President will read the opinions we expressed today at this discussion and consider those later while negotiating. When have they ever taken into account the public opinion?"...

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You'll say this is an absolute nonsense - we do not have oil. I'll say we do: our oil is imaginary, not tangible. Our "oil" is the love, the dedication to the family, the responsibility we take for our parents. Our "oil" is the compassion, the request, the plea on a state level which we express fully and get rewarded. But the inflow of "oil" dollars adequate to a small-scale economy continually intensifies (and will go on doing so) the pathologic tendencies...

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On May 3rd, 2006, the third phase of the negotiations regarding Armenia's Action Plan for the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP AP) took place in Yerevan. According to the representatives of the Armenian delegation, this phase might suffice to complete the whole process, since there are no issues left which are either impossible to pursue or solve...

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It is not a secret that the public attitude regarding media coverage of corrupt practices is equivocal. Some perceive this as a process of "standing somebody up". Others see this coverage as a political order...

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