Discussion - Current Borders of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic as Safeguard of Security: Strategic Issues of Military Geography, AUA

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The discussion will stress the strategic importance of the current borders of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic/Artsakh (NKR), and display how those borders are vital for the security of the people in Artsakh, Armenia, and the whole region from wide-ranging perspectives.

Guest Speakers:

Hrant-Meliq-Shahnazaryan, political analyst, will speak about the crucial role the Republic of Armenia and the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic have for the security of the overall South Caucasus region. He will present the importance of the liberated territories, and discuss the political and ethnopsychological aspects of the conflict.

Tigran Kocharyan, expert on information security, AUA alumnus and blogger, will speak about border configuration, the strategic geographic positions of the Armenian side and the impossibility of territorial concessions.

Karen Vrtanesyan, information security expert and editor at Razm.info, will speak about the recent escalation on the frontline, information security and the continuation of the conflict in the virtual realm.

Organizer: AUA Alumni Club Yerevan
Venue: Alex and Marie Manoogian Hall

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