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

Rev. Paul Haidostian
The text is dynamic, educated, and interesting. It touches upon a very wide range of matters of history, civilization in general, scholarship, ethnography, strategy, and of course matters of the local and global economy. This makes the matter very rich but sometimes dilutes the discussion.
Rev. Paul Haidostian
Rev. Paul Haidostian
Ph.D., President, Haigazian University, Beirut
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Hrant Bagratyan
I read the discussion paper “At the Crossroads” with great attention. I think it’s a very interesting book. For the most part, I do not share the views of the authors. But one thing is certain: this is a good attempt to look at the past, present and future of Armenia and Armenians, putting forward certain behavioural norms and preventing future challenges.
Hrant Bagratyan
Hrant Bagratyan
Doctor of Economics, Head of the Research and Education Center for Global Development and Megaeconomics, Russian-Armenian University, Yerevan
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Alexander Auzan
The project “At the Crossroads” captivates with the greatness of the idea: an attempt to look at the development of a country and ethnic group as a long evolutionary development of values, state practices, economy, and all that matters to assess the past and try to look into the future.
Alexander Auzan
Alexander Auzan
Doctor of Economics, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Pedro Mouratian
In the first place and beside the differences and coincidences we could have over all the addressed topics, which are a lot, I think the document is extremely interesting and bold. There is an urgent need of discussion about the future of Armenia and the world, and this a very good way to restart it.
Pedro Mouratian
Pedro Mouratian
Diversity Director of the Governance Study Center (CEG), Argentina
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Romen Yepiskoposyan, Haroutiun Samuelian
About the project. First. The authors of the project declare two objectives: 1. to initiate a discussion in society about the future of the country and the nation, and 2. to give an idea of their vision of this future and the development projects initiated by them over the past seventeen years that can bring this vision to life.
Romen Yepiskoposyan, Haroutiun Samuelian
Romen Yepiskoposyan, Haroutiun Samuelian
Romen Yepiskoposyan, cyberneticist, systems analyst; Haroutiun Samuelian, physicist, graphic designer
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