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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
      Who would renounce their identity? Are they retarded ?
      Usually when they want to take other citizenship like russian, they have to renounce their armenian one.

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        Originally posted by armnuke View Post
        At least 25 people from my family and friends took Armenian citizenship.
        Thats nice. Armenia needs a population boost like in the 1940s when ppl migrated to armenia from middle east and world. Specially now when outward migration is still worryingly high, though not like in late 1990s.

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          Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
          Thats nice. Armenia needs a population boost like in the 1940s when ppl migrated to armenia from middle east and world. Specially now when outward migration is still worryingly high, though not like in late 1990s.
          Armenia had a population boost recently with the influx of Syrian refugees. The problem is that even they do not want to stay in Armenia for various reasons. The only way to tackle Armenia's demographic issues is through peace and economic growth. The present administration has been horrible in my opinion on the domestic front. They could have and should have done much more to boost the economy, limit corruption, build infrastructure, and to make society and economy more inclusive. I think they have done a fine job in regards to foreign affairs but I believe they needed to get involved with China much sooner and at a much higher level. We are seeing some activity in regards to China now so lets hope that this develops into something significant. Many have stated that Armenia does not have allies but I believe this is not true. Greeks, Iran and China are all allies along with Russia. This is a significant alliance and one that needs to be developed further and expanded to other fields. I think a regional security/economic block needs to develop here along the lines of SCO or perhaps just joining SCO by these parties might also work. For many reasons the future of the world lies in the east and Armenia needs to benefit from this if wants a future at all.
          Last edited by Haykakan; 05-24-2016, 04:57 AM.
          Hayastan or Bust.

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            Առաջնագծի զինվորները





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              GLONASS stations to appear in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Nicaragua
              15:42, 24.05.2016
              Region:World News, Armenia, Russia
              Theme: Society, Innovations


              Deputy head of Russian Roscosmos space agency Sergey Savelyev stated that earth-based stations for monitoring of signals of GLONASS system will be placed in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Nicaragua.

              Savelyev said the stations will be placed in Armenia and Belarus in 2016, and terms of construction of other stations are being discussed.

              Armenia News - NEWS.am

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                    ՀԱՊԿ ՕԱՀՈւ Կոբալտ 2016 համատեղ վարժանքները





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                      The biggest contributor to our economy is molybdenum and copper.

                      It is monopolised by one owner / company.

                      Listen how the it abuses its position screwing the Armenian exchequer.


                      Last edited by londontsi; 05-24-2016, 11:20 AM.
                      Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                      Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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