What we could read and wonder about in the seemingly fantastic books of Zamyatin, Orwell, Camus suddenly becomes tangible in our lives. Coronavirus implies changes in civilization. Each of us in our home feels the same as someone else on the other side of the world, in their own home. But does each individual or each nation have its own unique response to the crisis caused by the coronavirus, or is the human response to danger and uncertainty universal?
We talked to cultural anthropologist Aghasi Tadiosyan about these and a number of other issues.
All the events in the world suggesting human gatherings are being postponed: Olympics, referendums, religious gatherings ... There is a state of emergency in the world.
On March 31, however, presidential elections will be held in Artsakh.
What are the implications of the election for the possible spread of coronavirus?
The Media Center is discussing the answers to these and other questions with Daniel Ioannisyan, Programs Coordinator of the Union of Informed Citizens.
On March 3, Media Center hosted Ruben Babayan, the Chief Director of the Puppet Theater after Hovhannes Tumanyan, and Ara Papyan, Director of the Modus Vivendi Research Center, diplomat. The topic was "Values Proclaimed by the Revolution and the Reality".
October 29, Media Center hosted a discussion on “What will Bolton’s Visit to Caucasus Change in the World and in Armenia. The discussion was attended by Vardan Voskanyan, YSU chair person of Iranian studies and Suren Sargsyan, internationalist.