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An ancient country in western Asia, by the twentieth century divided among the former USSR, Turkey, and Iran. It was attacked at various times from before the 7th century B.C. to 69 B.C. by Assyrians, Medes, Persians, the Greeks under Alexander, and the Romans. It changed hands frequently in wars between Neo-Persian and Roman Empires from the 3d to 7th centuries and later under Arabs, Seljuks, Byzantines, and Mongols. In the 19th century Armenian nationalism arose but suffered during Russo-Turkish hostilities. It became part of the Soviet Republic in 1921, with part remaining under Turkey. (Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988)
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Background There are an estimated 460,000 Armenians in the United States, and more than half live in California. Armenian-Americans are generally represented within the ‘White’ or ‘Some Other Race’ race categories in population-based research studies. While Armenians have been included in studies focused on Middle-Eastern populations, there are no...
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Drawing on the concept of “pedagogies of time,” this article analyzes early literacy textbooks and our own childhood memories of temporal socialization in (post)Soviet Armenia, Georgia, and Latvia. While textbook analysis reveals purposeful socialization of children into modern linear timelines, memory stories interrupt these predetermined trajecto...
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Introduction Childhood cancer (CC) is a leading cause of death among children aged 0–19 years worldwide. Each year, 400,000 new cases of CC are diagnosed globally. Given the between-country differences in CC incidence rates, types and trends, this study aimed to identify possible risk factors for CC in Armenia. Methods We used a case-control study...
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This study aimed to evaluate the correlation and infrastructure of some physical health indicators before and during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Armenian population. Material and methods. A case-control study of 778 participants (327 men and 451 women,) aged 10-80 years mean age 33,9±12,7) was conducted in Armenia before (from May 2018 to Septembe...
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The name of the Hurrian-Urartian thunder god (Hurr. Teššub, Urart. Teišeba) has no acceptable etymology in these languages. The origins of his mythological image (a god with the symbols of a bull and an ax) can be found in rock paintings, images on stone steles of vishaps and archaeological artifacts of Armenia starting from the second half ofthe t...
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Abstract The purpose of this article is to show the downward evolution ofthe epic heroes, from the gods to the heroes of joke. The great heroesof the first Armenian epic – ethnogonic tradition, Hayk, Aram and Ara,are obviously epicised images of ancient native gods, who, after changingthe religious system of people – the introduction of Iranian pan...
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The land of U(e)duri Etiuni, mentioned in the Urartian sources, is localized on the southern shore of Lake Sevan,mainly on the territory of Sot’k district of Syunik province of Greater Armenia. The hypothesis of S. Yeremyanaccording to which the first component of this toponym is associated with the Thracian word βέδυ “water” is notconfirmed. In fact...
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Background Acute stroke care service in Armenia was established in 2019 after the implementation of the National Stroke Program (NSP). This study aimed to provide an up-to-date account of the current image and clinical characteristics of acute stroke service implementation at a tertiary hospital in Armenia by analyzing the quality of care and ident...
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The 21st newsletter presents the latest study on Big Data Visualization. Next we take you on a flight to the beginning of human history with the TimeFlies app. We report on the Modes – Forms – Structures-Conference in Karlsruhe and the annual meeting of the European Society for the Study of Human Evolution in Tübingen. Finally we present our ne...
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The article examines the change in monetary policy interest rates on the banking system, as well as the economy of Armenia. In the article was searched: a) the shares of fiscal, monetary and currency policies in the economy and expressed it in the form of a formula, b) the change of the share of additional capital in the normative capital of banks...
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Faunistic and diagnostic notes on eleven species of the genus Omalium Gravenhorst, 1802 of Caucasus, Turkey and Iran are presented. Faunistic data of all species are summarized, and distributional maps for O. falsum Eppelsheim, 1889, O. turcicum Smetana, 1967 and O. wunderlei Zanetti, 2002 are given. Several new records are provided for the first t...
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The article discusses the problems of the effectiveness of a comparative analysis method used for diaspora studies. Depending on their nature, diasporas can be either comparable or non-comparable. The article provides a methodology for studying diasporas as well as its paradigm and implementation algorithm. It relies on the approach that one of the...
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KEY POINTS: .......... The main security problem of Iran emanates from the regime itself: (a) Its theocratic ideology, its repressive policies and the lack of democratic institutions and (b) Its aggressive policies and its extreme anti-semitic rhetoric in its relations with the international community and in particular with Israel. These attitudes...
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The 30 years long-brewing Karabakh conflict has always been in the center stage of international politics. The second Karabakh War lasted 44 days long between September and November in 2020, has ended in the signing of a tripartite agreement including Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Under the brokered trilateral agreement, Azerbaijan regained seve...
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In the historical past Georgia managed not only to protect its state borders but also to spread its influence on the territory of neighboring states. The state border regime of Georgia with neighboring states often depended on the country's internal political and international situation. It can be safely said that the historical-territorial state b...
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The article reveals the author’s understanding of the vernacular (“architecture without architects” typical for a certain area and local culture) as a manifestation of the cultural mechanism alternative to the imperial-colonial mechanisms of urban development. It is proposed to call this mechanism “Culture 3”. The examples of post-Soviet Armenia sh...
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The study investigates the labour market and economic transformation in Armenia, Estonia, Moldova, and Ukraine. After the 30th anniversary since gaining independence. all 15 former Soviet states demonstrated different speeds and results of economic transition. While Estonia is known as the most successful post-Soviet state, Ukraine and Moldova are...
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The intercontinental faunal dispersions played a key role in the shaping of the modern-day Eurasian ecosystems. The Cenozoic faunal exchanges between Europe, Asia, Africa and America were controlled by the dynamics of natural palaeogeographic barriers (e.g., deserts, isthmuses, large water bodies, etc.) leading to repetitive closures and openings o...
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This article presents the problems of deinstitutionalization in the field of mental health in the Republic of Armenia based on the analysis of international documents defining the rights of persons with mental health problems. This article comprehensively discusses the way of deinstitutionalization in the field of mental health in the Republic of A...
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There are a lot of scientific and research reports dedicated to Armenian architecture from the ancient times to nowadays. There are many interesting and thoroughly researched reports of architectural and historical value done by not only Armenian but also foreign historians, architects, and engineers. Exploring Armenian architecture’s chronology an...
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Contemporary gender norms and attitudes in Armenia have been shaped by a complex interplay of pre-Soviet traditional culture, the legacy of the Soviet socialist modernization project, and the post-Soviet spread of western ideas and values. The paper examines generational differences in gender norms and attitudes in Armenian society, by comparing th...
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SAMVEL MANUKYAN, SONA BABACKHANYAN. Political culture and protest potential on Goris community. - During the 44-day Karabakh war of 2022, Artsakh (Karabakh) and Armenia suffered serious territorial and human losses, which caused severe negative consequences. The war radically changed public sentiments in Armenia. Besides, after the war, the prices...
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The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict escalated again in 2020, confronting between Azerbaijan and Armenia. As the main actors of the conflict, have claimed approximately 5000 victims in the fighting that took place in the border areas of each of these countries. At that time there were 130 Indonesian citizens in Azerbaijan and 2 Indonesian citizens in Arme...
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A gender perspective highlights that poverty affects women and girls disproportionally due to gender biases, unequal division of power in society and social expectations from the roles of men and women. Starting from the 1980s, feminist researchers had begun to raise the issue of the feminization of poverty, and stressed the importance of the inter...
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Thyroid disorders are common in Armenia, and especially so in women of reproductive age group. This review aimed to identify the maternal and fetal implications during thyroid cancer and management this situation in low- and middle-income countries, such as Armenia. Materials: The material of this study was a review of literature data from the foll...
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In the Christian East, religious military orders have obviously had interactions with women in leadership roles as queens, princesses and noble women. The relationship between military orders and aristocratic women varies in relation to the power these women actually had in Latin states in the East, the Armenian kingdom of Cilicia and the Latin Emp...
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The article provides information about the Yangibazar geomagnetic observatory, managed by the Institute of Seismology of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The results of the study of magnetic field variations at the Yangibazar magnetic-ionospheric observatory and comparison of the average annual values of the magnetic field abs...
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This paper reviews the strategic ways of developing the mining industry, as well as reveals the shortcomings of the legal framework hindering the development of the sector, and discusses the accounting complexity. The article substantiates that the mining industry has a significant share in the national economy of the Republic of Armenia, and the g...
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This Open Fora constitutes a record and a transmission of the voices of five Armenian feminists, currently involved in several forms of activism. Interviews were led in January and and February 2022 in Erevan and Vanadzor. What is their definition of feminism? How do they carry out this struggle in Armenia? What are their sources of information and...
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At the end of 2019, an outbreak of a new severe acute respiratory syndrome caused by a coronavirus occurred in Wuhan, China, after which the virus spread around the world. Here, we have described the adaptive capacity and pathogenesis of the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant, which is widespread in Armenia, in vitro and vivo on Syrian hamsters. We have stud...
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Chemical composition and structure of acid treated natural heulandite from the Rkoni plot of the Tedzami deposit (Eastern Georgia), a mixture of heulandite and chabazite from the Chankanay deposit (Kazakhstan, Almaty region), and clinoptilolite from the Nor Kokhb deposit (Armenia, Noyemberian region), selected for the creation of new bactericidal z...
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The article analyzes the main directions of US foreign policy in the South Caucasus before and after the Artsakh war in 2020, taking into account new regional and geopolitical challenges. It is shown that the United States considers the policy in the South Caucasus in the context of Russian-American relations. In recent years, the South Caucasus h...
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The political, economic and geopolitical presence of the United States in the South Caucasus dates back at least a century, when, after the First World War, they emerged as a global political, economic and geopolitical actor. Cooperation has increased dramatically since 1991, when the three countries gained independence after the collapse of the So...
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The article analyzes alternative dimensions of dissidence and civil protests in Soviet Armenia, which covers the period from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s, from the Khrushchev Thaw to Gorbachev’s Perestroika. Comparative study of the dissident paradigm has political and civilizational significance. The dissident paradigm is precisely associated wi...
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Yezidi studies in Russia and the USSR were connected, first of all, with the general development of Kurdish studies. Due to long-term social isolation and religious persecution, the Yezidis were a closed society, which, due to its low social “proletarian” status, was considered by the Bolsheviks as a society capable of assimilating a new revolution...
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This article constitutes a discourse of the essence of the empire, and on ensuing contradictions in what otherwise had been a commonly experienced history by Turks and Armenians in the Ottoman Empire. This article is a moment of reflection on the author’s paradigm of empire, based on his academic research and diplomatic experience. The article addr...
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On November 3-4 2021, an interplanetary coronal mass injection (ICME) hits the magnetosphere, sparking a strong G3-class geomagnetic storm and auroras as far south as California and New Mexico. All detectors of the SEVAN network registered a Forbush decrease (FD) of 5-10 percentdeep in 1 minute time series of count rates. We present the results of...
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Kaukaz Południowy i badania nad jego gospodarką niosą za sobą trudności wynikające ze specyfiki politycznej tego regionu. Konflikt zbrojny między Armenią i Azerbejdżanem, ograniczone relacje z otoczeniem zewnętrznym – Armenia–Turcja, Gruzja–Rosja; nie sprzyjają wymianie handlowej i transparentności zawieranych transakcji. Wyzwanie dla poszukiwań na...
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Turkey-China: peculiarities of changing relationship in the framework of Neo-classical realism and Turkey’s new activism in Central Asia In the topic the peculiarities of the transformations of Turkey-China relationship within the framework of Turkish foreign policy vision are analysed, as Turkey’s foreign policy goes through very curious transfo...
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PSAs have developed in Armenia during the recent years. Though they are rather few in number, it is possible to group them thematically. One of the most important themes of Armenian PSAs is healthcare, with topics like prevention of smoking, HIV/AIDS, and Coronavirus infection. For the purpose of effectiveness, print PSAs incorporate linguistic tex...
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As truly mentions Knight (1999), given the rising interest in and understanding of “…international dimension of higher education…”, the usage of the term “internationalisation” is becoming more frequent. She underscores (Knight, 1999) two possible reasons for the aforesaid phenomenon: first, internationalization is becoming more crucial for higher...
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The article considers the key aspects of the US external energy diplomacy in the context of the transformation of the global energy market at the present stage. The features of American energy strategy are revealed. The main strategic documents of the U.S., affecting the problems of energy security and energy strategy, are studied. The features of...
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According to the new law adopted in Armenia, the process of enlarging the communities has started. This is an analysis of municipal budget planning, implementation, revenues, expenditures, which I will continue to explore deeply.
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The transboundary Aras River basin is shared by Turkey, Armenia, Iran, and Azerbaijan. The water resources of the basin have been the basis for major economic activity that has been associated with different hydropolitical interactions of the riparian states. This study investigated the status and trends of these interactions from the perspectives...
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The paper is devoted to the problem of studying the entrepreneurship motives of Diaspora Armenians in their homeland. This term in the article refers to investment activities of Diaspora Armenians in Armenia, which are aimed at creating conditions for the resource provision of employment for the population and its social growth. Particular attentio...
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The article presents the results of the first joint soil-archaeological investigations on the territory of the Republic of Armenia. The cultural layers of the Sotk-2 site, located on the southeastern coast of Lake Sevan, were chosen as the object of study. The Sotk-2 played a special role in the settlement system in the region, as it is located on...
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The main goal of the presented article is to propose effective solutions in the philosophical context of the management of the foreign public debt of RA. The Government of the RA should adopt as a priority the philosophy of attracting borrowed funds from the domestic market. Considering also the fact that the Republic of Armenia relied on the philo...
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This article analyzes the symbolic aspects of the protracted conflict in Armavir between the city authorities and the leadership of Armavir branch of the Union of Armenians of Russia (from 2012 to 2019) in connection with the installation of a memorial plaque near the Armenian church in honor of the political figure Garegin Nzhdeh. The analysis of...
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St. Gregory, the Illuminator of the Armenians, St. Trdat, the first Christian King of Armenia, and St. Hripsime, the Roman nun (virgin) who came in Armenia with a group of nuns (virgins) played a pivotal role in the process of conversion of Armenia. Though the contribution of these three persons is incomparable, the merit of Saint Hripsime still se...
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Dehydration and structural transformations during thermal treatment of natural heulandite from the Rkoni plot of the Tedzami deposit (Eastern Georgia), a mixture of heulandite and chabazite from the Chankanay deposit (Kazakhstan, Almaty region), and clinoptilolite from the Nor Kokhb deposit (Armenia, Noyemberian region), selected for the creation o...
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Five new regional records of the rock lizards in Caucasus are described. The distribution of Darevskia alpina (Darevsky, 1967) on the northern slope of Mount Elbrus has been detailed: the species was found in the Emmanuel glade and in the gorge of the Kyzylkol River. The easternmost record of D. alpina is located in the upper stream of the Cherek B...
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This chapter focuses on Russia’s foreign policy in the three South Caucasian states – Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia – since the early 2000s. Recent developments, including the invasion of Ukraine, which is the high point of more assertive foreign policy, help to provide a more accurate analysis of Moscow’s aggressive foreign policy in the Near A...
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Following the so-called ‘44-Day War’ in late 2020, Azerbaijan and Armenia lodged reciprocal legal actions before the International Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, alleging various breaches of international law. These inter-state claims encompass three decades and several claims under the UN Convention on the Elimination of...
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The geodetic monitoring results of the earthquake in the seismically active area at the Republic of Armenia using GNSS technologies are presented in this article. The necessity of using geodetic tools-equipment, in particular satellite technologies, in the process of seismic studies is substantiated, proving the fact of the validity and reliability...
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The paper examines the skeletal remains of 67 individuals (28 men, 26 women, 9 children and 4 without sex definition). The skeletal remains under study were conditionally distinguished into two craniological complexes, those of the low-head dolichocrane with a wide forehead and dolichocrane with a medium wide frontal diameter types. The odontologic...
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Background Understanding the burdens and trends of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is necessary for developing effective intervention strategies. In this study, Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2019 study data were extracted and analyzed to elucidate trends of NAFLD. Methods The prevalence, incidence, disability-adjusted life year (DALY),...
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The Kura-Araxes (KA) cultural phenomenon (dated to the Early Bronze Age, c. 3500/3350-2500 BCE) is primarily characterised by the emergence of a homogeneous pottery style and a uniform ‘material culture package’ in settlements across the South Caucasus, as well as territories extending to the Ancient Near East and the Levant. It has been argued tha...
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Armenia has adopted chess in primary school program since 2011, and different types of research have been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of this implementation. One of the questions to be addressed after chess adoption is: "What are the main and contextual factors of the effectiveness of that implementation?", or "How these factors have be...
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This book includes results achieved by the author in the field of seismic isolation during the period of time from 1993 to 2022. To date there are 56 seismic isolated residential, medical, hotel, business center, airport, and school buildings in Armenia newly constructed or retrofitted by base or roof isolation systems. The number of seismically is...
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The purpose of this research paper is to study the concept and legal regulation of enforcement actions and their suspension in Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Armenia. The methodology of this article is based on the application of various methods of scientific knowledge, including analytical method, deductive method, synthesis method, hermeneutic met...
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New data on jumping spiders (Salticidae) and tangle-web spiders (Theridiidae) of Armenia are provided on the basis of recently collected specimens in various regions of Armenia. One species, Ballus rufipes (Simon, 1868) is recorded as new to the Caucasus Region, in addition to the following species: Neon reticulatus (Blackwall, 1853), Pellenes brev...
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El artículo desarrolla el potencial hermenéutico y práxico del método teológico pastoral latinoamericano como una estrategia inter y transdisciplinar que posibilita el encuentro comunitario con la Palabra de Dios a partir de la toma de consciencia sobre los clamores de Dios presentes en la realidad histórica. Estos clamores son releídos a la luz lo...
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The reviewer presents the content of the work of Ann Grönhammar on relations between Sweden and Armenia, beginning from cloudy – from the perspective of sources – times of Vikings who wandered as far as the Caucasus, through significantly better documented episodes from the 17th century, until the beginning of the 20th century. The reviewer indicat...
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The basin of the Lake Gill was a unique ecological environment on the southeastern side of Lake Sevan, in the Masrik Valley. It is natural that such an environment should have been a source for the creation of folk tales and various stories. According to the legend, a dragon lived in this lake. The present research tries to show the unique process...
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THE RESEARCH OF THE ARMENIAN KIPCHAK LANGUAGE IN THE SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF PROFESSOR EDWARD TRYJARSKI (1923-2021) The Armenian Kipchak language is the language of the Polish Armenians inhabiting the former Polish eastern borderlands (mainly cities: Lwów, Kamieniec Podolski, Zamość). The time of the highest activity of this peculiar linguistic...
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MODERN ARMENIA IN MACIEJ FALKOWSKI’S DESCRIPTION The reportage book of Maciej Falkowski titled Armenia. Obieg zamknięty [Armenia. Closed Circulation] was issued in 2022 by the Czarne Publishing House. The author – longtime employee of the Polish embassy in Yerevan – in his relation about the contemporary state of Armenia uses his own memories and o...
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The article presents a discursive analysis of the onset of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, from the beginning of the independence movements of Armenia and Azerbaijan in the late 1980s through the presidencies of Heydar Aliyev and Robert Kocharyan. The analysis traces the formation of new national identities in Armenia and Azerbaijan in opposition to...
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‘Liturgy after the Liturgy’ refers to the Eucharistic experience that moves Christians, when they leave the church at the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy, to share the gift they received so that this world may be transformed into the Kingdom of God. First used by Anastasios Yannoulatos, then Bishop of Androussa and now Archbishop of Tirana, Durres...
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RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES OF ESTABLISHING ARMENIAN-TURKISH RELATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF NEW REGIONAL REALITIES // The article examines the risks and opportunities for establishing Armenian-Turkish relations in the context of the evolving processes around the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The expected outcomes of unblocking communications in the region co...
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The aim of this study is to cluster the most widely used public debt management tools peculiar to the EECCA (Eastern Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia) markets. Overall, the results show that the volume of EECCA countries’ public debt relative to GDP declined from 2000 to 2015. However, as their public debt enhanced after 2016 and until 2020, incl...
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Maciej Falkowski podejmuje w książce Armenia. Obieg zamknięty próbę krytycznego spojrzenia na kulturę ormiańską, przedstawiając ją w sposób mało zniuansowany i uproszczony. Stąd nasza potrzeba podjęcia polemiki z autorem i przedstawienia alternatywnej interpretacji kwestii związanych z kulturą ormiańską, w oparciu o znane nam badania oraz własną pr...
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The standard of living of the population is a very broad concept and can be described in different ways from different literature sources․ Despite the fact that the standard of living of the population has many stamps, it is considered an indicator that gives a clear picture of the countries' economic activity, social, educational, and cultural sph...
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Since the demise of the Soviet Union the cold war, a glimpse of hope in any improvement of Russia and the West relation sparked. However, it did not last as the relations between these two parties soured over times and tension rises. Under Vladimir Putin, Russia has three main goals to achieve: 1.) reassert Russian global great power status since t...
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The article considers the main risks and challenges to the energy security of the Republic of Artsakh in the period after the 44-day war in 2020. An analysis of the development of the energy system of Artsakh is carried out to determine its strengths and future potential. The state program for the development of water resources with a focus on t...
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Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are one of the leading causes of death from unintentional injury. The CDC defines traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a blow or jolt to the head that can alter brain function. According to World Health Organization (WHO), in 2012 more than 391,000 children between 0 and 14 died from unintentional injuries, one of the lead...
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Aims To study all-cause mortality in patients hospitalized with COVID-19 with or without chronic heart failure (CHF) during hospitalization and at 3 and 6 months of follow-up. Methods and results The international registry Analysis of Comorbid Disease Dynamics in Patients with SARS-CoV-2 Infection (ACTIV) was conducted at 26 centres in seven count...
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The International Conference "The Caucasus at the Crossroads of Internation-al Trade and Cultural Exchange (from ancient times to the present)" was held at the National Academy of Sciences of RA on September 5-6, 2022. It was organized by the Institute of Oriental Studies of NAS RA and the Institute of History and Ethnology of Ivane Javakhishvili T...
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The purpose of the study is to explore the origin and meaning of the term խալայ - xala, to identify the peculiarities of its application in the Armenian historical milieu, and to define at least approximately the chronological boundaries when the tax was in use in medieval Armenia. Xala became known mostly from epigraphic records of Armenia, where...
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The article is devoted to the use of technology in memorial museums, particularly in those related to genocide. The authors use a multidisciplinary theoretical framework using a diverse toolkit from Semiotics, Communication Studies, and Philosophy to explain the benefits and dangers of implementing technology in a memorial museum. The framework mak...
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Introduction: The COVID-19 has adversely affected millions around the world. It significantly upset various industries, including dairy industry, across the globe and thereby, it badly affected global economy and food security. Objective: The paper specifically focuses on impacts of pandemic (COVID-19) on dairy industries. The objective of the stud...
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After the glorious victory of the Azerbaijani Army and the end of the 30-year occupation, organizational planning of regional transport infrastructure in the liberated territories is very crucial, which will provide comprehensive development of the territories, revive the territories completely plundered by Armenia and restore decent accommodation....
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A protracted ethnic conflict generates strongly nationalist and exclusive rhetoric through the processes of dehumanizing and othering externally, and promotion of militarism and patriarchy internally. Drawing from theories of gender and conflict studies, this chapter illustrates how, in Armenia and Azerbaijan, some women oppose an inclusive culture...
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Thirteen new species of Scrobipalpa Janse, 1951 are described: S. nupponeni sp. nov. (Russia: Buryatia, Altai), S. rutjani sp. nov. (Kyrgyzstan; Russia: Novosibirsk reg., Tuva), S. tannuolella sp. nov. (Russia: Tuva), S. kullbergi sp. nov. (Russia: Tuva), S. lobata sp. nov. (Russia: southern Ural, Altai, Tuva, Buryatia), S. inexplictata sp. nov. (R...
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This study analyzes the role of the media during the 45-day war in Artsakh in 2020. It aims to understand how the local media responded and reacted to official propaganda, particularly to the statements of the Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. The research question of the capstone project is "What was the media framing of the official statem...
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Objetivo: Evaluar las variaciones en los niveles séricos de estradiol, en mujeres con cáncer de mama y síndrome genitourinario de la menopausia, tras la administración de promestrieno intravaginal local. Materiales y métodos: Ensayo clínico aleatorizado, doble ciego y controlado. Se incluyeron 92 mujeres mayores de 40 años, tratadas por cáncer de m...
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The paper focuses on the analysis of the publicly declared positions of Nikol Pashinian, the Prime Minister of Armenia, in the context of the Karabakh process, examining the impact of the declared position on the negotiation process and identifying the shifts in the leader's positions on the Karabakh issue over the time. The research is conducted u...
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The scientific goals of current research were devoted to targeted derivatization of natural tartaric acid (TA) for the enhancement of antimicrobial properties of it such as like the effects of them on multi-drug resistant phytopathogenic bacteria, depends to their structure features and the genetic parameters of studied microorganisms. The main uti...
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The Kura-Araxes culture flourished for a thousand years over a large area of Transcaucasia, northern Iran, upper Mesopotamia, eastern Anatolia, and the Levant as far south as the Sea of Galilee. Despite the brilliant work done by archaeologists from a surprisingly large number of countries—including Armenia, France, Italy, Russia, Israel, USA, Cana...
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Background Primary healthcare (PHC) providers are widely acknowledged for putting the most efficient and long-lasting efforts for addressing community health issues and promoting health equity. This study aimed to explore PHC providers’ experiences with coronavirus pandemic preparedness and response in Armenia. Methods We applied a qualitative stu...
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Worry about crime has been linked to several detrimental outcomes including worse mental health. However, there has been little research on the association between worry about crime and loneliness, even though loneliness is increasingly being recognised as a serious public health issue. To address this deficit, this study examined the association b...
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Some aspects of thermal biology were considered in three species of the lizard genus Darevskia: the parthenogenetic Darevskia armeniaca and D. unisexualis, and their parental bisexual species Darevskia val-entini. The main objective of the present research was to compare the thermal biology of these species in a mixed population. Material was captu...
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