At
the
Cross
Roads
An invitation to a dialogue
At the Crossroads
Ruben
Vardanyan
Nune
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.

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

Lyudmila Ulitskaya
I read the book with great interest. The whole part devoted to the Armenian history is remarkably well written. It was very interesting for me, as a Jewish woman, who used to be well immersed in the history of the Jews, to single out numerous parallels.
Lyudmila Ulitskaya
Lyudmila Ulitskaya
Writer
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Raffi Bedrosyan
Your paper is extremely valuable to anyone interested in Armenian issues of the past and present, but particularly essential and thought-provoking for anyone interested in getting involved in the future of Armenians in Armenia, Artsakh and the Diaspora. I am sure you have heard from hundreds of readers deservedly praising and complementing your work, but I believe you would be more interested in hearing comments which may help improve the paper to be even more comprehensive and objective.  
Raffi Bedrosyan
Raffi Bedrosyan
Author, Canada
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READERS’ OPINIONS

Hayk Sargsyan
The project “At the Crossroads”, dedicated to the future of Armenia and the Armenians, will undoubtedly take a special place in the 30-year history of independent Armenia.
Hayk Sargsyan
Hayk Sargsyan
Professor, Dean of the YSU Department of Economics and Management, Director of the Scientific and Analytical Center for Constitutional Economics 
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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

Arthur Martirosyan
The authors have undertaken a very timely intellectual enterprise. This is exactly what one would expect from political parties and/or their think tanks in the well-developed democracies. Unfortunately, the weak political system of Armenia failed to produce systematic analyses and competitive visions even in the last electoral cycle. I've placed your text in that lacuna. 
Arthur Martirosyan
Arthur Martirosyan
Senior Consultant, CMPartners, USA
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