POLICY DOCS // 
15.03.2007

By James Bosbotinis & Irina Ghaplanyan

The national referendum in Montenegro on the question of national independence, and subsequent declaration and recognition of its sovereignty marked the latest milestone in the demise of the Former Yugoslavia. The collapse of the Yugoslav federation and the achievement of sovereignty by its former constituent republics have served to illustrate the problems of reconciling the principles of national self-determination and territorial integrity. The states of Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro were recognised as sovereign states, thus achieving national self-determination whilst preserving territorial integrity; this is in contrast to the situation in Bosnia...

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19.02.2007

By Alexander Manasyan

The reflection of the conflict in our psychology, our mentality and  political consciousness, i.e. the perception of our existence in the  Nagorno Karabakh conflict (including our geopolitical existence), is a  very unique issue. There is, however, a no less interesting topic: how  we are perceived from outside - both by our enemies and friends, by our  adversaries and our allies, and particularly those, who are usually  called neutral or independent observers.

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21.09.2006

by: James Bosbotinis & Irina Ghaplanyan

The East-West crossroads of the Trans-Caucasus, once the aorta of the Silk Road, are currently constrained by unresolved regional conflicts. The unrecognised political status of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno Karabakh undermine the stability of the region.

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17.10.2003

by Dr. Ashot Khurshudyan

Interestingly the official process of rationalization in the secondary education was reportedly renamed into optimization process. The latter is a process when something becomes as effective as possible while rationalization is applying for a desired result or increased efficiency

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17.10.2019

Informative Local Meeting in Lori Region

The International Center for Human Development (ICHD) with the financial support of the Federal Foreign Office (Germany) and in partnership with The State Migration Service of Ministry of Territorial Administration and infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia and “Armenian Caritas” Benevolent NGO, on 15 October 2019 has implemented of local meetings in Lori region in the framework of Preventing Irregular Migration from Armenia to the Federal Republic of Germany by Raising Awareness of Potential Migrants” project. State and local self-governance bodies, service providers, media and civil society representatives participated in the event.

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24.09.2019

Informative Local Meeting in Shirak Region

The International Center for Human Development (ICHD) with the financial support of the Federal Foreign Office (Germany) and in partnership with The State Migration Service of Ministry of Territorial Administration and infrastructure of the Republic of Armenia and “Armenian Caritas” Benevolent NGO, on 17 September 2019 started implementation of local meetings in Shirak region in the framework of Preventing Irregular Migration from Armenia to the Federal Republic of Germany by Raising Awareness of Potential Migrants” project. State and local self-governance bodies, service providers, media and civil society representatives participated in the event.

The aim of the meetings is informing the participants about the risks, consequences of irregular migration, forms of protection given to migrants in Germany, as well as statistics on emigration and return policy from Germany to Armenia. The process of return and readmission of RA citizens, the reintegration programs of returnees implemented in the RA are also presented to the participants during the workshop.

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