ACNIS founder Raffi K. Hovannisian’s article entitled “Recognize the Genocide that Happened—and the One Now Beginning” is published by Foreign Policy Journal online publication.


Center director Manvel Sargsian gives interviews to Lragir.am, Tert.am and Galatv.am news agencies on the four-day war between Karabagh and Azerbaijan in April.


Manvel Sargsian is the guest of 1in.am and Civilnet internet televisions and gives comments on the meeting between Armenian and Azerbaijani Presidents in Vienna.


Sargsian takes part in a discussion on the April four-day war in Karabagh, organized and covered by Yerevan Today news agency.


ACNIS convenes a policy seminar on the political peculiarities of the situation after the four-day war in the Mountainous Karabagh Republic, clearly visible both in Armenia and Artsakh, as well as in international policy around MKR issue. The seminar discussion brought together leading analysts, public activists, young political scientists, and journalists.


Center director of administration Karapet Kalenchian’s article on unfortunate consequences of the Karabagh four-day war is covered by Armtoday.info news agency.


The Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, Matenadaran Scientific Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, and the Armenian Center for National and International Studies hold a special presentation honoring Professor Richard G. Hovannisian on publication of the Armenian translation of his “The Republic of Armenia,” Volume III “From London to Sèvres, February-August, 1920,” and Volume IV “Between Crescent and Sickle: Partition and Sovietization.”


ACNIS director Manvel Sargsian’s article, entitled “Sovereignty VS Security: April War in Mountainous Karabagh Has Revealed the Viciousness of Armenian Policy,” is published by Analyticon magazine.