Category Archives: Armenia

Democratic learning: how does Armenia’s transition compare to Color Revolutions?

     

  Armenian citizens are showing widespread optimism about the country’s future and Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s government, according to new national poll from the International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Center for Insights in… Read more »

How to support Armenia’s democratic reform

     

Impressed by the level of civic involvement in Armenia’s current transition, the European Union is ready to observe forthcoming elections and strengthen democratic processes, said the chair of a visiting… Read more »

Democracy dividend vs. autocratic model in crisis

     

Democracy is under siege. But the evidence that democracy is good for growth doesn’t directly speak to whether democracy is easy to make work. Nor does it imply or maintain… Read more »

Armenia could become ‘laboratory for post-Soviet democracy’

     

Armenia could become a laboratory for post-Soviet democracy, analysts suggest. “This is a wake-up call,” says Richard Giragosian, director of the Regional Studies Center. “This is a scary message for… Read more »