EU AND ARMENIA SEIZE MOMENTUM TO COMPREHENSIVELY ENHANCE PARTNERSHIP
30.08.2018 \ 00:10 Reads: 2189
On the sidelines of recent NATO summit, the leader of Armenian “Velvet revolution”, current Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had separate talks with the European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and the president of the European Council Donald Tusk during which the leaders exchanged views on different issues over the further deepening of the Armenia-EU ties.
WILL RUSSIA SERVE THE OLD WINE IN A NEW BOTTLE?
07.07.2018 \ 19:40 Reads: 3595
Nowadays, one of the main features of global political developments are non-violent or color revolutions. These revolutions are brought about by wide-spread corruption, poverty, unemployment and a deep gap between masses and the ruling elite with the latter being the biggest political risk for the ruling party.
UNESCO’S REPUTATION IS AT STAKE?
12.06.2017 \ 22:29 Reads: 2502
As known, during its 39th session in November 2017 the General Conference of UNESCO will elect, by secret ballot, the person proposed by the 58-member Executive Board as the next Director-General of UNESCO. There are nine candidates nominated from nine countries. Each candidate has submitted his/her background information along with the vision statement. The government of Azerbaijan has nominated Mr. Polad Bülbüloglu as a candidate for the post of Director General of UNESCO.