Where do you stand in Politics?

As the elections come closer and everyone is faced with the necessity to understand where they stand in terms of political stance, this test which was linked to from Uzogh’s journal – could be very useful!!! PS: The red dot is where I stand in terms of political views according to the test… interesting! PS2: Through a comment from Kronstadt I learned, that in fact the Armenian Libertarian-Socialist Blog has had this scheme posted in…

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Military Getting Active in the Armenian Parliament Elections 2007

CRD / TI Election Monitor 2007  looks at “…the role of the military in political life in Armenia. While still effectively in a state of hostilities with neighboring Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno Karabakh, the military does not play as much of a role in the internal life of the country as it does in some other countries…“. However the Monitor looks at some of the recent developments, including Lebanon-born former Karabakh commander…

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Armenia, Genocide and the World

Vahe Balabanyan has posted a selection of news extracts from A1+, The California Courier, Armenialiberty, The Messenger , The Brock Press and the AP at Hyelog covering the construction of the railway Kars-Akhalqalaq, US attitudes towards the Armenian Genocide recognition, Turkey’s little problem of genocide, Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul’s support for the amendment of Turkey’s controversial article 301, plans for opening the long-awaited second rail ferry link with the outside world that will substantially…

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