Nerses Kopalyan In The News

The Times of Israel
Azerbaijan has been accused of war crimes and human rights abuses – it displays great hostility to one of Israel's biggest allies.
Figaro Vox
The war in Ukraine has rattled global energy markets, fueled inflation and prompted the European Union to seek alternatives to Russian natural gas. The EU has found nothing better than to beg from Azerbaijan. However, she would have to look elsewhere, and quickly.
Nerses Kopalyan, Professor of Political Science at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, talks to CivilNet about his recent article entitled The False Promise of Security: Why the Opposition Protests in Armenia Are Struggling to Gain Traction. Professor Kopaylan discusses police brutality in Armenia, the “democracy versus security” narrative, and where the protests may be heading towards.
Massis Post
The consequences of the 2020 Artsakh War produced two expansive modes of crises in Armenia, one specific to the country’s security architecture, and the other specific to domestic political stability.
Civil Net
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s Civil Contract Party won the election by a landslide. What happened and what does this say about polling in Armenia?