Monthly Archives: June 2011

On ‘neutral documents’

Last week, Georgian Parliament passed a package of legal amendments to pave the way for the implementation of the ‘neutral ID and travel documents’ idea first raised in the July 2010 Action Plan for Engagement. There has been a lot … Continue reading

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Armenia: the expectations and worries of the society in regard to the forthcoming meeting of the presidents on the regulation of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Guest blog by Edgar Khachatryan, Director of Peace Dialogue, a young but vibrant NGO in Vanadzor, Armenia.

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Mark your calendar: 25 June, peace in Nagorno Karabakh

Wouldn’t it be nice if peace could be planned? On June 25, the presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan will meet again in Kazan, Russia, to discuss the resolution of the conflict on Nagorno Karabakh. The international community is increasing the … Continue reading

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Eurovision Songfestival 2012: vrede zij met Baku

Azerbeidzjan heeft het Eurovisie Songfestival gewonnen! Het nummer van Ell & Nikki, Running Scared viel blijkbaar in de smaak bij songfestivalminnend publiek. Daar hoor ik  trouwens niet bij. Ten eerste vind ik het Eurovisie Songfestival an sich al verschrikkelijk en … Continue reading

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