At
the
Cross
Roads
An invitation to a dialogue
At the Crossroads
Ruben
Vardanyan
Nuné
Alekyan
At the Crossroads
of history, civilizations and ideas

About the project

The discussion paper “At the Crossroads” is an invitation to a dialogue about the future of Armenia and the Armenian nation. The authors share their vision of the future, describe their own projects devoted to creating this future and seek to expand the circle of trust.

We invite you to read the manuscript, discuss it with the authors and with each other (THINK TO CONNECT! Section), create projects together that launch productive changes (THINK TO CREATE!), and join to creative activities (THINK TO ACT!).

At the Crossroads

We are united by the understanding that in today’s turbulent world only those will survive who can anticipate the future and are ready to act energetically and consistently.

READERS’ OPINIONS

Annie Demirjian
I read the document with great interest and made extensive notes – from academic and diaspora perspective who has worked, on and off in Armenia, the past ten years.
Annie Demirjian
Annie Demirjian
Director, Glendon School of Public and International Affairs, York University, Toronto, Canada
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READERS’ OPINIONS

John Guyatt
I am very impressed by the range, depth and coherence of this paper: its analysis and prognosis are at once disturbing and hopeful. Thank you for allowing me to read and review this important work. 
John Guyatt
John Guyatt
Governor, United World College of Dilijan
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Alan Whitehorn
Armenia is indeed at a crucial crossroad. Old paradigms and assumptions are insufficient. What is needed is a major rethinking, with many prevailing assumptions questioned. Ruben Vardanyan’s and Nune Alekyan’s “At the Crossroads” provides a critical and constructive analysis and invites frank feedback.
Alan Whitehorn
Alan Whitehorn
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science and Economics, Royal Military College of Canada
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Harutyun Marutyan
Great work has been done by the authors, considerable efforts have been made to understand and re-interpret the Armenian past and present. It is appreciated, that a thorough analysis of the millennial path of Armenia and Armenians is being carried out in order to understand our today.
Harutyun Marutyan
Harutyun Marutyan
Social/cultural anthropologist, Ph.D. in History, Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation, Head Researcher of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Hratchya Arzumanyan
The work done by the team of authors deserves great admiration. Moreover, as of today, this is the only elaborated project I know of that considers Armenia and the Armenians’ civilizational models of development as a global phenomenon.
Hratchya Arzumanyan
Hratchya Arzumanyan
Director of the Center for Strategic Studies “Ashkhar”, Artsakh
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