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Share the joy of walking in the spring atmosphere of Yerevan with me in this video. 00:00 Intro 00:43 Baghramyan Ave 02:40 Moskovyan St. 06:40 Mashtots Ave 09:00 France Square 14:25 Mashtots Ave 20:00 Swan Lake 22:00 Tumanyan St. 26:15 Abovyan St. 30:10 Pushkin St. 30:40 Northern Ave 33:10 Abovyan St. 36:00 Republic Square Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
Yerevan, the capital of Armenia (and one of my all-time favorite cities) can be a very interesting place for all architecture lovers. Carefully designed at the beginning of the 20th century by Alexander Tumanyan, Yerevan is a masterpiece of urban planning of that time. On a beautiful summer morning, I took these videos while driving through the beautiful, circular streets of the city. This video recorded on July 06, 2021. Video recording by: Insta360 One R 4K Edition Audio recording by: Zoom H5 #Yerevan #Armenia #4K_Driving
Walking Tour in Yerevan streets in the Mist. 00:00 Republic Square 04:20 Abovyan St 06:40 Northern Ave 12:40 Teryan St 14:02 Tumanyan St 17:18 Abovyan St 24:35 Republic Square 30:24 Tigran Mets Ave 36:08 Agatangeghos St 37:28 Russia Cinema Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you. Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour #4k_walk #Yerevan_in_the_mist #street_view #ambience_sounds #armenian_people #yerevan_kentron #asmr #binaural_sound #arnemia_2021 #armenia_4k #yerevan_4k #yerevan_city_tour #Yerevan_2021 #4k_video #4k_video_ultra_hd #4k_60fps #republic_square #Abovyan #Northern_Ave #Teryan #tumanyan #tigran_mets #agatangeghos #russia_cinema #black_friday #face_mask
Driving tour in Yerevan at night from Azatutyan Ave to Kentron And finally leaving the city from the Davitation Bridge. Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 #yerevan #armenia #driving_tour #4k #street_view #ambience_sounds #armenian_people #yerevan_kentron #asmr #binaural_sound #arnemia_2022 #armenia_4k #yerevan_4k #yerevan_city_tour #Yerevan_2022 #4k_video #4k_video_ultra_hd #4k_60fps #Armenia2022 #Travel2022 #Yerevan2022 #Traveltips
Yerevan 2800th Anniversary Park (public park in Kentron administrative district of Yerevan) was opened on 10 May 2019. The park is a gift from Mikayel and Karen Vardanyan on the 2800th anniversary of the foundation of Yerevan city. The park is surrounded by the streets of Italy, Beirut, Khorenatsi, and Saint Grigor Lusavorich. The park stretches between the statues of Stepan Shaumian and Alexander Miasnikian. On the territory of the park, there are 76 benches, 62 garbage cans, and 126 lampposts with original design, specially made for this park. The largest number of tree species, benches, garbage cans, and lampposts per 1 sq.m. in Armenia can be found in Yerevan 2800th Anniversary Park. The ornaments and aluminum patterns on the granite surfaces of the architectural elements in the park are made with patterns of famous architectural monuments created by Alexander Tamanyan, Jim Torosian, Rafayel Israyelian, Stepan Kurkchian, and Mark Grigorian. At the end of the park, there is Alexander Miasnikian’s statue (sculptor Ara Shiraz, architect Jim Torosian), erected in 1980. Anyway, Alexander Miasnikian’s statue has no connection with the Yerevan 2800th Anniversary Park, which is under the jurisdiction of Yerevan Municipality. The statue is maintained by the Ministry of Culture of Armenia. A wind sensor is installed in the park, by which, depending on the strength of the wind, the arched fountain automatically turns off, and the water jets of the other fountains are reduced in order not to spray visitors. In the park there is an obelisk with symbols of Erebuni fortress and Yerevan city, presenting brief information about the park in 4 languages. The main precondition presented by the philanthropists Mikayel and Karen Vardanyan to Yerevan Municipality is that the park must remain the property of the Yerevan community, and any business activity on the territory of the park must be banned. The entrance to the park is free. Recording By: Insta360 One R 4K Edition Երևանի 2800-ամյակի այգի, հանրային զբոսայգի Երևանի Կենտրոն վարչական շրջանում, որը բացվել է 2019 թվականի մայիսի 10-ին։ Այն բարերարներ Միքայել և Կարեն Վարդանյանների նվերն է Երևան քաղաքի հիմնադրման 2800-ամյակի առթիվ։ Այգին շրջապատված է Իտալիայի, Բեյրութի, Խորենացու և Սուրբ Գրիգոր Լուսավորչի փողոցներով։ Այգին սկիզբ է առնում Ստեփան Շահումյանի հուշարձանի դիմացից և ավարտվում Ալեքսանդր Մյասնիկյանի հուշարձանի մոտ։ Այգու տարածքում տեղադրված են հատուկ այս այգու համար պատրաստված յուրահատուկ դիզայնով 76 նստարան, 62 աղբաման, 126 լուսասյուն։ Հայաստանում 1 քմ հաշվարկով ամենաշատ ծառատեսակները, լուսասյուները, աղբամաններն ու նստարանները Երևանի 2800-ամյակի այգում են։ Այգում գտնվող ճարտարապետական տարրերի գրանիտե մակերեսների վրա առկա զարդաքանդակներն ու ալյումինե նախշերը պատրաստվել են Ալեքսանդր Թամանյանի, Ջիմ Թորոսյանի, Ռաֆայել Իսրայելյանի, Ստեփան Քյուրքչյանի և Մարկ Գրիգորյանի ստեղծած հայտնի ճարտարապետական կոթողների նախշերի նմանությամբ։ Այգու վերջնամասում տեղակայված է Ալեքսանդր Մյասնիկյանի հուշարձանը, որի քանդակագործն է Արա Շիրազը, իսկ ճարտարապետը՝ Ջիմ Թորոսյանը։ Հուշարձանը կանգնեցվել է 1980 թվականին։ Ալեքսանդր Մյասնիկյանի հուշարձանային համալիրը Երևանի քաղաքապետարանի ենթակայության տակ գտնվող Երևանի 2800-ամյակի այգու հետ որևէ կապ չունի։ Հուշարձանային համալիրը գտնվում է ՀՀ մշակույթի նախարարության պահպանության ներքո։ Շատրվանների համար այգում տեղադրված է քամու սենսոր, որի միջոցով, քամու ուժգնությունից կախված, կամարաձև շատրվանն անջատվում է, իսկ մնացած շատրվանների ջրային շիթերը ցածրանում են՝ այցելուներին չջրցողելու նպատակով։ Այգում տեղադրված է նաև Էրեբունի ամրոցի և Երևան քաղաքի խորհրդանիշներով զարդարված հուշաքար, որի վրա չորս լեզվով առկա է այգու մասին համառոտ տեղեկություն։ Բարերարներ Միքայել և Կարեն Վարդանյանների կողմից Երևանի քաղաքապետարանին ներկայացված գլխավոր նախապայմանն այն է, որ զբոսայգին մնա Երևան համայնքի սեփականություն, և այգու տարածքում արգելվի որևէ ձեռնարկատիրական գործունեություն։ Այգու մուտքն անվճար է։
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The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is organized annually by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), together with the Host Broadcaster and over a dozen Participating Broadcasters. The winner of Junior Eurovision 2021 was Malena from Armenia. Now, Armenia will host the next edition of this competition in 2022, and the final ceremony and results will be announced on December 11. This video shows you the opening ceremony of this competition, as well as the beginning of the Yerevan New Year celebration and the lighting of the pine tree in the main square of the city. Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #eurovision2022 #walking_tour
Almost 20,000 people have left Nagorno-Karabakh for Armenia in fear of Azerbaijani reprisals. Meanwhile, officials said at least 68 people were killed in a fuel depot explosion in the breakaway region. Azerbaijan's presidential foreign policy adviser on Tuesday called Armenian accusations of ethnic cleansing, "an insult to the people of Azerbaijan." In an exclusive interview with DW's Jack Parrock, President Ilham Aliyev's advisor, Hikmet Hajiyev, said that people leaving Nagorno-Karabakh "haven’t been forced" from their homes. Hajiyev, in Brussels for EU-hosted talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan, said, "Azerbaijan has nothing to hide" but insisted there is, "no need for any kind of international observer mission because the realities on the ground are obvious." When pressed on whether his country was becoming a geopolitical pawn, Hajiyev concluded, "Azerbaijan was always against any kind of geopolitical competition in our region." EU diplomats hosting national security advisors from Azerbaijan and Armenia — as well as those of France and Germany — in Brussels Tuesday, urged Azerbaijan to present its plan for ensuring the protection and rights of ethnic Armenians in the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region. Azerbaijan last week recaptured the long-disputed enclave with a lightning offensive. Since then, more than 19,000 people, mostly women, children and the elderly, have fled to Armenia. "The EU stressed the need for transparency and access for international humanitarian and human rights actors and for more detail on Baku's vision for Karabakh Armenians' future in Azerbaijan," read an EU statement. Representatives said Tuesday's meeting "allowed for intense exchanges between participants on the relevance of a possible meeting of the [Azerbaijan and Armenia] leaders" at an upcoming October 5, European summit in Granada, Spain. Prior to the recapture of Nagorno-Karabakh, the EU had been involved in mediation aimed at securing a normalization of relations between the two countries. Azeri border guards on Tuesday were busy scanning the endless procession of individuals fleeing from Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia in a hunt for "war criminals." More than 19,000 people have now taken the enclave's one exit route to safety. Amid warnings of possible ethnic cleansing, many of the region's ethnic Armenian population of 120,000 have decided to leave. Many of those fleeing are women, children and the elderly, who are allowed to pass into Armenia without incident. Military aged males, however, are required to be photographed as Azeri soldiers search for what they call "war criminals. Azerbaijan intends to apply an amnesty to Armenian fighters who laid down their arms in Karabakh, but those who committed war crimes during the Karabakh wars must be handed over to us," an Azerbaijani government source told AFP. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #nagornokarabakh #azerbaijan #armenia
The joint observation mission from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA), and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) have concluded that the Armenia's early parliamentary elections were competitive and generally well-managed. Speaking at a news conference in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, on June 21, the international observers added that the elections were characterized by intense polarization and marred by increasingly inflammatory language from key contestants. It was also noted that, "generally, women were sidelined throughout the campaign." Originally published at - 🤍
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Mes amis, Aujourd'hui, je vous emmène visiter Erevan, la capitale de l'Arménie depuis 1918. La ville actuelle est en partie fondée sur l'ancienne cité urartéenne d'Erebouni. Elle est facilement reconnaissable à son architecture rose et à la silhouette majestueuse de sa montagne en arrière-fond. Les vestiges du passé et les constructions modernes s’y marient à merveille et de nombreux spectacles et opéras s’y déroulent tout au long de l’année. En vous promenant dans les rues, vous découvrez de nombreuses boutiques et des marchés en plein air où les étals regorgent de couleurs. Cascade, la cathédrale Saint-Grégoire-l'Illuminateur, le centre Aznavour, le musée national d'Arménie, l'avenue du Nord, la place de la République ... C'est parti ! Un reportage de Bernard Laflèche : 🤍 Pour suivre ses aventures, abonnez-vous à ses comptes Instagram, Facebook et Tik Tok! Episode 1 : Mon voyage en Arménie : 🤍 👉Soutenez les actions de SOS Chrétiens d'Orient en Arménie, faites un don : 🤍 🔴 Yerevan: my crush for the pink city. My friends, Today I invite you to visit Yerevan, the capital of Armenia since 1918. The current city is partly based on the ancient Urartian city of Erebouni. It is easily recognizable with her pink architecture and the majestic silhouette of its mountain. The remains of the past and modern buildings are marvelous and many shows and operas take place throughout the year. Walking through the streets, you discover many shops and open air markets where stalls are full of colors. Waterfall, Cathedral of Saint Gregory the Illuminator, Center Aznavour, National Museum of Armenia, Avenue dof the North, Place of the Republic... Let's go! Welcome to Yerevan! A video by Bernard Laflèche : 🤍 Follow his adventures on Instagram, Facebook and Tik Tok! My trip in Armenia : 🤍 👉 Support the actions of SOS Chrétiens d'Orient in Armenia, donate: 🤍
Georgians are frustrated over the failure to win EU candidacy. They fear they could be the next country Russia will invade. Most of the population blame their own government. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Georgia #Russia #EU
They flee in cars, busses - and trucks. Vehicles choke the road leading out of Nagorno-Karabakh into Armenia. The people crammed inside have exhaustion etched on their faces. Many spent the night on the road. They fear they are leaving their ancestral lands for good. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #NagornoKarabakh #Armenia #Azerbaijan
Դիտե՛ք նաև․ «Լույս, ստվեր, խավար | Light, Shadow, Darkness» 🤍 ~ Rafael Oganesyan is the founder of the Armenian Election Study, ArmES. He is working on the first scholarly-driven analysis of the Armenian voter. He was an observer during the parliamentary elections that took place in Armenian on December 9. He spoke with CivilNet’s Ani Paitjan about democracy and few violations he noticed during the electoral process. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 © Նյութի հեղինակային իրավունքները պատկանում են Սիվիլիթաս հիմնադրամին: ՍիվիլՆեթի խմբագրական քաղաքականության համաձայն` արգելվում է օգտագործել ՍիվիլՆեթի նյութերը առանց պատշաճ հղման, ներբեռնել և այլ օնլայն հարթակից վերբեռնել ՍիվիլՆեթի պատրաստած և տարբերանշանը կրող տեսանյութերը` առանց համապատասխան համաձայնության: © Copyright of this report belongs to the Civilitas Foundation. In accordance with the editorial policy of CivilNet (the media project of the Civilitas Foundation), materials may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior consent of CivilNet. You may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright or other notice from copies of the content.
Turkish police have blocked a convoy of Syrian refugees from crossing into Greece. The convoy, which organisers dubbed the ‘Caravan of Light’, say they were fleeing discrimination experienced in Turkey. Subscribe to our channel 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 Find us on Facebook 🤍 Check our website: 🤍 Check out our Instagram page: 🤍 🤍AljazeeraEnglish #Aljazeeraenglish #News
Դիտե՛ք նաև․ «Լույս, ստվեր, խավար | Light, Shadow, Darkness» 🤍 ~ RepatArmenia & Impact Hub Yerevan, in cooperation with Transparency International Anticorruption Center and Europe in Law Association host a discussion on how elections work, the role of an observer during elections and the best ways to contribute to strengthening democratic institutions and engage more deeply in building the Armenia of the future. © Նյութի հեղինակային իրավունքները պատկանում են Սիվիլիթաս հիմնադրամին: ՍիվիլՆեթի խմբագրական քաղաքականության համաձայն` արգելվում է օգտագործել ՍիվիլՆեթի նյութերը առանց պատշաճ հղման, ներբեռնել և այլ օնլայն հարթակից վերբեռնել ՍիվիլՆեթի պատրաստած և տարբերանշանը կրող տեսանյութերը` առանց համապատասխան համաձայնության: © Copyright of this report belongs to the Civilitas Foundation. In accordance with the editorial policy of CivilNet (the media project of the Civilitas Foundation), materials may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior consent of CivilNet. You may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright or other notice from copies of the content.
1st Right of Reply by Armenia, at the general debate of the 75th Session of the General Assembly of the UN (New York, 22 – 29 September 2020). - Watch Other Addresses to the General Debate of the General Assembly (in English) 🤍 Watch General Debate of the General Assembly (in original language) 🤍 متابعة باللغة العربية أعمال المداولات العامة رفيعة المستوى للجمعيه العامة 🤍 敬请收看联合国大会一般性辩论（中文同声传译） 🤍 Suivez le débat de l'Assemblée générale (en français) 🤍 Transmisión del debate de la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas (en español) 🤍 #UNGA #UnitedNations #UNGA75
Turkey is the European Union's oldest candidate member. Since 1999, the EU and Turkey have been in talks to allow the country to join and redefine the borders of Europe. 24 years on, and it still doesn't look like their accession is likely. Why? In this video, we cover what's stopping Turkey from joining the EU and whether anything is likely to change soon. Support the Channel: 💁♂️ Patreon: 🤍 ☕ Buy me a Coffee: 🤍 Socials: 📷 Youtube: 🤍 💬 Twitter: 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 Resources: Source 1: BBC News, Macron tells Erdogan: No chance of Joining EU 🤍 Source 2: GMF, Turkish Perceptions of the European Union 🤍 Source 3: Wikipedia, Accession of Turkey to the EU 🤍 Source 4: Euroobserver, Turkey will never be part of Europe 🤍 Source 5: Reuters, US Turkey EU Erdogan 🤍 Source 6: European Parliament, Turkey further from EU Values and Standards 🤍 Source 7: European Parliament, EU and Türkiyes History 🤍 Source 8: Macrons ‘Non’ to Enlargement 🤍
Դիտե՛ք նաև․ «Լույս, ստվեր, խավար | Light, Shadow, Darkness» 🤍 ~ "Becoming an election observer - How & Why" a much needed discussion RepatArmenia, Impact Hub Yerevan, in cooperation with Transparency International Anticorruption Center and Europe in Law Association organized in Yerevan. The mission is to engage more repatriates and diaspora Armenians in the upcoming parliamentary election. © Նյութի հեղինակային իրավունքները պատկանում են Սիվիլիթաս հիմնադրամին: ՍիվիլՆեթի խմբագրական քաղաքականության համաձայն` արգելվում է օգտագործել ՍիվիլՆեթի նյութերը առանց պատշաճ հղման, ներբեռնել և այլ օնլայն հարթակից վերբեռնել ՍիվիլՆեթի պատրաստած և տարբերանշանը կրող տեսանյութերը` առանց համապատասխան համաձայնության: © Copyright of this report belongs to the Civilitas Foundation. In accordance with the editorial policy of CivilNet (the media project of the Civilitas Foundation), materials may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior consent of CivilNet. You may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright or other notice from copies of the content.
EUobserver / Brussels (16th January 2012) - Dutch MEP Ria Oomen-Ruitjen stressed that more reforms needed to be made in Turkey before it could come near EU membership criteria. Upon presentation of the latest EU progress report on accession talks, the centre right MEP said that Turkey would not only have to reach the Copenhagen membership criteria but also respect all European legislation. The terrorist organisation PKK is a major bone of contention according to Oomen-Ruitjen. PKK is still playing a very negative role, she believes raising money by dealing drugs and trafficking humans in a number of European capitals. By Méabh Mc Mahon
In October and November 2020, Armenia and Azerbaijan went to war over Nagorno-Karabakh - a region more usually known in Armenia as Artsakh. After 44 days, Russia brokered a ceasefire that brought an end to fighting; but not before Azerbaijani forces had managed to retake a large amount of territory that had previously been under Armenian control. So, one year after the war, how do people in Armenia view the conflict? And where do they see things going in future? Hello and welcome! My name is James Ker-Lindsay. Here I take an informed look at International Relations with a focus on territorial conflicts, secession, independence movements and new countries. If you like what you see, please do subscribe. If you want more, including exclusive content and benefits, consider becoming a channel member. Many thanks! SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE 🤍 BECOME A MEMBER 🤍 As the Soviet Union collapsed, the predominantly Armenian-inhabited territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, an autonomous province of Azerbaijan, declared independence. This in turn led to a bitter war between Armenia and Azerbaijan that saw Armenian troops take control of almost 15 percent of Azerbaijan's territory. In the years that followed, unsuccessful efforts were made to broker a settlement between to two countries. As a result, the dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh came to be seen as a 'frozen conflict'. However, in reality it was anything but frozen. Many observers expected a new war to emerge as Azerbaijan increased its military spending. In the end, full-scale fighting broke out in late-2020. Over the course of six weeks, Azerbaijani forces, acting with support from Turkey and Israel, retook large parts of the Armenian-held territory before Russia stepped in and brokered a ceasefire between the sides and placed Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh. By all accounts, the war was a major defeat for Armenia. But one year on from the conflict, how do people in Armenia view the situation. This video, which was filmed in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, takes a look at the conflict and its aftermath. CHAPTERS 0:00 Introduction and Titles 0:37 The 2020 War over Nagorno-Karabakh 1:34 Background to Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict 3:29 Was Armenia Ready for the 2020 War? 4:42 Why did Armenia Lose the 2020 War? 5:50 Outside Actors in the 2020 Armenia-Azerbaijan War 7:25 The Effects of the 2020 War on Armenia 8:23 The Future of Nagorno-Karabakh 10:20 Armenia's Perspective on the 2020 War RELATED PLAYLISTS Current Issues and Disputes 🤍 Secession and Independence in the Post-Soviet Space 🤍 = FURTHER READING & USEFUL SOURCES Armenia Ministry of Foreign Affairs 🤍 Azerbaijan Ministry of Foreign Affairs 🤍 Minsk Group (OSCE Peace Process) 🤍 Yerevan Municipality (Tourism) 🤍 Armenia and Azerbaijan: Anatomy of a Rivalry 🤍 The Caucasus: An Introduction 🤍 Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War 🤍 = MY BOOKS Secession and State Creation: What Everyone Needs to Know 🤍 [PRE-ORDER] The Cyprus Problem: What Everyone Needs to Know 🤍 Kosovo: The Path to Contested Statehood in the Balkans 🤍 The Foreign Policy of Counter-Secession 🤍 My other books 🤍 = MY PROFILES & SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS Twitter 🤍 LinkedIn 🤍 Academia.edu 🤍 Research Gate 🤍 = EQUIPMENT& TOOL USED TO MAKE THIS VIDEO Camera: Canon XA40 🤍 Microphone: Røde VideoMic NTG 🤍 Key Light: Elgato 🤍 Accent Lights: Aputure MC 🤍 Teleprompter: Parrot 2 🤍 Tripod: Geekoto 79" Carbon Fibre 🤍 Channel Analytics: TubeBuddy 🤍 Channel Graphics: 🤍 = KEYWORDS #Armenia #Azerbaijan #NagornoKarabakh #InternationalPolitics #CurrentAffairs #InternationalRelations #Secession #Statehood #Independence #Conflict #War DISCLAIMER: Some of the links above are affiliate links. These pay a small commission if you make a purchase. This helps to support the channel and will be at no additional cost to you.
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It has been over a month since Armenia and Azerbaijan reached a Russia-brokered ceasefire agreement, ending the 44-day fierce fighting over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. But Yerevan continues to deal with the ramifications of the events, with calls for Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan to step down over his handling of the crisis. The latest round of fighting also put in motion a chain of events that have led to wider regional geopolitical ramifications. From the leading role played by Russia to Turkey staking a claim as a player in the Caucasus, the role of all the stakeholders needs to be analyzed to understand the evolving strategic situation in the region. To discuss the ongoing situation in Armenia, alongside the geopolitical ramifications of the conflict, ORF Distinguished Fellow Nandan Unnikrishnan talks to Director of Armenia-based Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan. #Armenia #Azerbaijan #Geopolitics #Explained
C’est un exode, un flot incessant d’hommes, de femmes et d’enfants. Ils sont arméniens et fuient le Nagorny-Karabakh, cette région du Caucase également revendiqué par l’Azerbaïdjan. C’est aussi la fin d’un rêve d’indépendance pour les séparatistes arméniens, et un risque de génocide selon l’ambassadrice d’Arménie en France. Que fait la communauté internationale ? Quelles sont les sources politiques, ethniques et historiques de ce conflit ? Sens public est une émission quotidienne de débats sur Public Sénat, animée par Thomas Hugues, du lundi au jeudi de 18 heures à 19h30. Retrouvez le replay : 🤍 🔴 Pour suivre toute l'actualité politique et parlementaire, abonnez-vous à notre chaîne YouTube : 🤍 👉 Notre site internet : 🤍 📬 Abonnez-vous à notre newsletter : 🤍 🚀 Suivez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 LinkedIn : 🤍
Anthony Bourdain takes a wide-angle look at the culture and history of Armenia, heavily influenced by Europe and Russia; his guides include musician Serj Tankian (System of a Down), and historian-Armenian resident Richard Giragosian. Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown follows host Anthony Bourdain, world-renowned chef, bestselling author and multiple-Emmy® winning television personality as he travels across the globe to uncover little-known areas of the world and celebrate diverse cultures by exploring food and dining rituals. Subscribe here for more full-length documentaries: 🤍 Welcome to All Documentary the home of amazing documentaries! Here you will find full episode documentaries and documentary series, covering true crime, medical, science and more. #anthonybourdain #anthonybourdainpartsunknown #alldocumentary #armenia #travel
TLDR Store: 🤍 The EU's Eastern Partnership is a collection of 6 countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus*, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) and is an attempt from the EU to bolster support within the region and also (allegedly) protect them from the influences of Russia. So in this video, we're going to explain how the partnership works, what it means for the countries involved, and whether it's really successful. Follow TLDR on Facebook: 🤍 Follow TLDR on Twitter: 🤍 Follow TLDR on Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Got a Topic Suggestion? - 🤍 Support TLDR on Patreon: 🤍 TLDR Store: 🤍 TLDR TeeSpring Store: 🤍 Learn About Our Funding: 🤍 Donate by PayPal: 🤍 TLDR is all about getting you up to date with the news of today, without bias and without filter. We want to give you the information you need, so you can make your own decision. TLDR is a super small company, run few people with the help of some amazing volunteers. We are primarily fan sourced with most of our funding coming from donations and ad revenue. No shady corporations, no one telling us what to say. We can't wait to grow further and help more people get informed. Help support us by subscribing, following and backing on Patreon. Thanks! /////////////////////////////////// 1 - 🤍 2 - 🤍 🤍 3 - 🤍 4 - 🤍 5 - 🤍 6 - 🤍 7 - 🤍 8 - 🤍 9 - 🤍 10 - 🤍 11 - 🤍 12 - 🤍 13 - 🤍 14 - 🤍 15 - 🤍 16 - 🤍
CK3 or Crusader Kings 3, doesn't get easier when you get bigger. On the contrary, the hardest part of a CK3 world conquest is ensuring your empire doesn't fall apart. Today, we do just that as we take an unprepared empire and throw it to the wolves to see what would happen! As it turns out, many awful things. Take this as a CK3 guide for the opposite of good vassal management. Here's how I conquered the world in CK3 just to watch it collapse. Live on Twitch! - 🤍 Join our Discord! - 🤍 Help us out on Patreon: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Shoutout to our Patreon Supporters! God Ruler Tier: Henriki JdoW52 Kargon Flyerton Emperor Tier: Cutaline Of the Dragon RedGuard76 JustDisco Benjin King Tier: ABreath Bobby Bottle Service Brandon Smith-Darby danjamrod Søren Ryge King of the Hoot Hoots Red Star Thomas Carmichael AlbanianJohnCena Meerkat #ck3 #crusaderkings3
Six countries have now refused to chair the Arab League after the organisation failed to condemn the normalisation of ties with Israel. And this is how people online are reacting to the situation. UAE-Israel Deal 👉 🤍 #ArabLeague #Palestine #normalisation
#COuntries #MuslimCountires #Indonesia #Pakistan #Shorts #WhatIf This video shows what would happen if All Muslim countries unite to form a single country, This Muslim State would become the largest country in the world both in terms of population and Land Area, but still the GDP of this United Muslim state would be smaller than USA and China - This video is also inspired by real life lore channel links: Real life lore:🤍 Thetruesize:🤍 Wendover productions:🤍 Spaghetti Road:🤍 - Tags: #Countries,#Muslim Countries,#All Muslim Countries,#What if Muslim countries unite,#Europe,#Asia,#Africa,#European Muslim countries,#Albania,#Bosnia,#Indonesia,#Pakistan,#Iran,#Saudi Arabia,#Bangladesh,#Egypt,#RealLifeLore,#RealLifeLore maps,#Maps,#Muslim Country Map,#Muslim Countries facts,#United States,#Happy Earth
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Inspired by the words of Srpouhi Dussap, the first female novelist in Armenia, BLACKTHORNS examines the roots of domestic abuse & women's rights movement in Armenia to initiate dialogue on gender equality and amendments in law. The film addresses women's status in Armenia by delving into the nation's historical and cultural influences while illustrating the various shortcomings of its judiciary system. It features two exclusive interviews from the Women's Support Center in Yerevan, to explore the hardship of living under abusive households, a survivor's will to persevere, and sheds a light on the professionals who work diligently to eliminate this widespread phenomenon. Blackthorns is a documentary sponsored by The Changemaker Project through Global Pitch 2020 & UWC Dilijan. TW: rape, murder & gender-based violence 🎗️ DONATION LINK - 🤍 🧭 chapters 00:00-00:33 Introduction 00:33-02:23 The Ottoman Empire 02:23-03:32 Soviet Times 03:32-17:43 Modern Era 17:43-18:04 Credits *english cc available* 🌤️ academic references: • A History of Armenian Women's Writing 1880-1922, Victoria Rowe, Gomidas Institute (2009) • Beyond Motherhood: Armenian Feminist Writers, Tvene Baronian, Armenian Weekly (2020) • New Armenian Writing by Women: An Introduction, Nairi Hakhverdi, Words Without Borders (2015) • Armenian Women’s Writing in the Ottoman Empire, Late 19th to Early 20th Centuries, Hasmik Khalapyan, EVN Report (2019) • Armenia: Country Gender Assessment, Asian Development Bank (Dec. 2019) • Domestic Violence, Poverty, Gender Norms, and the Post-Soviet Landscape in Armenia, Haley Zovickian, Yerevan State University Center for Gender and Leadership Studies (n.d.) • Women’s rights in Armenia, Svetlana A. Aslanyan, Center for the Development of Civil Society (2010) • Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence in Armenia, Lori Mann and Lusine Sargsyan, Council of Europe & Academy of Justice of the Republic of Armenia (2018) • Women human rights defenders in a new social and political reality of Armenia: Active in the margins, unprotected in the core, Siran Hovhannisyan and Gohar Shahnazaryan, The Global Campus of Human Rights at Caucasus Region (2019) 🍂 multimedia references: • Mother Armenia Drone Footage, Tales of Truth (youtube.com/watch?v=7-48FEe9Pzs) • OBSERVER (youtube.com/c/OBSERVERA) • Osmanlı Theatre Company founded by Hagop Vartovyan in the play “Besa”, Yapı Kredi Culture Arts • Marash, 1911 - Girls’ College Students & Yeritsakrag (post 1908) – school pupils, The Houshamadyan Organisation (🤍houshamadyan.org) • Vilayet of Bitlis: Sassoun – Religious Customs, The Houshamadyan Organisation • Copy of Siranoush, Սրբուհի Տիւսաբ (facebook.com/SrpouhiDussap) • Portrait of Srpouhi Dussap, Wikimedia Commons • First Republic of Armenia, 1919, US National Archive Reel • Harsneren: Language of the Armenian Bride, dir. Carla Kekejian, UCLA Center for the Study of Women • Istanbul in 1910 - Times of the Ottoman Empire (Remastered), Film Archive Austria • Historical Footage of Stalin and Lenin, Daniel Reynolds on YouTube (youtube.com/watch?v=qtdrThFWWOk) • Soviet Armenia: A Visit to the Homeland, Dadourian Foundation & Armenian Church of America Archives Project, circa 1969 • The Paradox of Gender Inequality in Armenia, Alina Sanamyan, TEDxMoskovyanStSalon • Armenian Apostolic Church Calls on Government to Refrain from Adopting Istanbul Convention, Armenian Church on YouTube (2019) • CivilNet - Armenia: The Challenges of Women in Politics (2021) • Photo: Svetlana Antonyan (The Armenian Weekly: 🤍 • Photo: Grzegorz Żukowski (EU Observer: 🤍 • Photo: Danish Women Missionary Workers, c. 1910 (The Armenian Weekly: 🤍 🚆 music: • Tigran Hamasyan - Leaving Paris (2007) & Fides Tua (2017) • Sound effects from 🤍zapsplat.com Video Disclaimer: First-hand anecdotes provided in the interviews are solely the interviewees' opinions and have been edited to reflect the author's expression on the subject matter. Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the copyright act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
The Emre Işık annual lecture hosted by the Department of Sociology, the Maynooth Centre for European and Eurasian Studies, supported by MUSSI. Speaker: Dr Dimitar Bechev (Oxford University and The Atlantic Council) The seminar will examine relations between Turkey and the EU after almost twenty years of rule by the AK Party and President Erdogan. After making significant early progress with its application to join the EU, Turkey went increasingly cold on the idea after 2007. Since then, the relationship with the EU has been characterised by regression and mutual distrust. Yet, Turkey remains an important partner of the EU on a range of important issues, including migration, security and the Ukraine war. This event will evaluate the Turkish relationship with the EU in advance of important elections in Turkey which will determine whether Erdogan remains in office or produce a dramatic end to the AKP dominance of Turkish politics. Dr. Dimitar Bechev is a distinguished visiting scholar at Carnegie Europe, a lecturer at the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies at the University of Oxford, and a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. He has authored several books, including Turkey under Erdogan (Yale University Press, 2022), Historical Dictionary of North Macedonia (Rowman, 2019), and Rival Power: Russia in Southeast Europe (Yale University Press, 2017), and has co-edited Russia Rising: Putin's Foreign Policy in the Middle East and North Africa (Bloomsbury, 2021). Dr. Bechev's research interests primarily focus on the politics of Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and Turkey, as well as Russian foreign policy. He has published extensively in both academic and policy formats with leading think tanks such as the International Crisis Group, Carnegie, the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), the Atlantic Council, EU Institute for Security Studies, and RUSI on topics such as EU foreign relations, the politics of Turkey and the Balkans, Russian foreign policy, and energy security. He is also a frequent contributor to publications such as Foreign Policy, Al Jazeera Online, Oxford Analytica, Politico.EU, and EU Observer and he is frequently cited in leading newspapers such as the Financial Times, the Economist, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. Dr. Bechev holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford, was a lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 2016 to 2020, and served as senior policy fellow and head of the Sofia office at the European Council on Foreign Relations from 2010 to 2014. In addition, he has held fellowships at the Institute of Human Sciences in Vienna, Harvard's Center for European Studies, the European Institute at the London School of Economics, and Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo. He has provided advice and counsel to several influential entities, including the US State Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (UK), the European Commission, the European External Action Service (EEAS), the European Parliament, and various governments in the EU and the Western Balkans.
Election observation is an independent tool used to support democratization processes that helps reduce levels of fraud and strengthens institutions. Spain participates in International Electoral Observation Missions of the OSCE, the EU, the OAS and together with the African Union.
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(1 Oct 2008) Karaleti 1. Russian soldiers at checkpoint in Karaleti 2. Mid of Russian soldiers 3. Mid of Russian flag 4. Wide of EU convoy driving towards checkpoint 5. EU convoy passing through Russian checkpoint 6. Mid of Russian soldier Tbilisi 7. Wide EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) headquarters 8. Set-up of Head of EU Monitoring Mission, Hansjorg Haber, approaching microphone 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hansjorg Haber, Head of EU Monitoring Mission: "On their patrols today, EUMM observers started monitoring and made first contact with the concerned parties. Georgian authorities, Russian military staff and the local population. Until now, EUMM has effectuated 14 patrols - each one being composed of two cars and eight observers." 10. EU flag 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hansjorg Haber, Head of EU monitoring mission: "EUMM patrols could also enter the adjacent area to South Ossetia at three Russian checkpoints or observation posts. As far as Abkhazia is concerned, EUMM observers were able to proceed up to a Russian checkpoint where they established a first contact with the Russian military staff. They did not enter Abkhazia as this was not foreseen." 12. Wide of Haber at microphone STORYLINE: The European Union monitoring mission (EUMM) in Georgia has carried out 14 patrols from all four field offices around Georgia, the head of the EU mission Hansjorg Haber said on Tuesday. Summing up Wednesday's events for the media, Haber told reporters in Tbilisi that EU monitors had crossed three Russian checkpoints in areas "adjacent" to the separatist region of South Ossetia. "Until now, EUMM has effectuated 14 patrols - each one being composed of two cars and eight observers," Haber said. "EUMM patrols could also enter the adjacent areas to South Ossetia at three Russian checkpoints or observation posts," he added. With regards to another separatist region Abkhazia, Haber said EUMM observers had been able to proceed up to a Russian checkpoint where they established a first contact with Russian military staff. The European Union monitors began patrolling Georgian territory on Wednesday under a French-brokered peace deal, facing a Russian military that seemed reluctant to retreat. The Russian peacekeeping forces said a day earlier they would not immediately allow any of the 300 EU monitors to enter a buffer zone surrounding South Ossetia. The statement raised a fresh concern that Moscow was stalling on compliance with a cease-fire agreement reached after the August war with Georgia. But EU monitors were quickly allowed to pass through Russian checkpoints on Wednesday near two Georgian villages on the perimeter of Moscow's so-called "security zone." Russia and Georgia agreed to the EU observer mission as part of an updated cease-fire plan following the war, which ended with Russian and separatist forces in control of the breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Russian troops also remained deep inside Georgia for weeks. As part of the deal, Moscow agreed to withdraw its forces completely from territories outside of South Ossetia and Abkhazia within 10 days of the EU monitors' deployment on Wednesday - including from a roughly four-mile (6.4-kilometre) buffer zone extending southward from South Ossetia's edge. But the Russian peacekeeping forces' statement said that as of Wednesday, the EU monitoring will take place "up to the southern border of the security zone, which was agreed upon by the parties." The war began on August 7 when Georgian troops launched an offensive to regain control of South Ossetia. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Into Europe: Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia all have association agreements with the European Union and the ambitions to join the block. Yet with Russian objections to further EU enlargement in its sphere of influence and internal opposition to new EU members, they face an uphill battle. What difficulties do they face, and will they be able to join the EU? 0:15 The Eastern Partnership 2:37 Different Ambitions 3:00 Russian Opposition 4:53 Alternative Paths to membership? 6:28 Internal EU opposition © All Rights Reserved. Contact information: Email: Into.Europe🤍outlook.com Twitter: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Map: Freevectormaps.com Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Vladimir Putin, especially these days, is widely reviled. To some he’s a war criminal, to others he’s a dictator, and to many he’s simply a very bad man. But it wasn’t always this way. We trawled through video footage from 20 years of international summits, speeches and news conferences and discovered a man who once basked in high regard: the one who went fishing and dancing with George W. Bush, who fell into warm embraces with Tony Blair and whose jokes had NATO’s leaders rolling on the floor with laughter. As the Opinion Video above starkly reveals, Western leaders once considered Vladimir Putin not just an ally, but also, apparently, a friend. Even if they were simply giving him the benefit of the doubt for political purposes, they were taking a naïve gamble of historic proportions: Be nice to Putin, and maybe he would be nice back. It’s true that this brand of personal diplomacy scored some significant security victories. Arms control treaties were signed, and Putin allowed U.S. jets to strike the Taliban from bases in Russia’s satellite states. But as Russian tanks rolled into Georgia in August 2008, Bush learned that his eight-year friendship with the Russian leader had earned him zero leverage over Putin’s territorial ambitions. While it’s debatable whether Western governments could have foreseen the bloody horizon of Putin’s vision, let’s now be clear about one thing: Personal diplomacy doesn’t work when you need it most. Subscribe: 🤍 More from The New York Times Video: 🤍 Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch.
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