00:12, July 22, 2018
Lalayan was a member of the Reject Serzh and My Step movements that spearheaded political protests this spring leading to the resignation of Serzh Sargsyan as prime minister on April 22.
14:39, June 07, 2003
The previous articles in this series on the process of disseminating and adopting Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) inArmeniadiscussed in general the problem of the local development of the Internet as well.
13:55, January 16, 2003
How can post-Soviet societies participate in the world process of development of information and communication technologies (ICTs)? What conclusions may be drawn from the experience accumulated so far?
10:19, November 25, 2002
Armenia's "great potential" in developing Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) is the main argument in the evaluations of the current situation and the predictions for the future.
09:26, November 01, 2002
The first of the events characterizing the years 1996 to 2002 was the adoption of a program to create a CIS common information zone. The second was the inclusion of Eastern European and the former Soviet states in European projects on the Information Society (IS).
15:37, October 14, 2002
At the mass rallies of the late 1980s, when speakers talked about the independence of Armenia, they mentioned Jermuk mineral water, tufa stone, molybdenum and other resources as the main economic foundation for independent existence.
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