Armine Ishkanian is Associate Professor at the London School of Economics. She has expertise in civil society, democratisation, gender, and development in the post-socialist countries of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Published in: oDR: OpinionThe silence of our friends: what has been the global civil society response to the war in Nagorno Karabakh?
As a brutal war rages over Nagorno Karabakh, for many Armenians the lack of international response is deafening.
Published in: oDRA revolution of values: freedom, responsibility and courage in Armenia's Velvet Revolution
Armenia's emerging revolution isn't about geopolitics or foreign relations, but values.
Speaking truth to power is dangerous: the violence perpetrated against Armenian political activists
The women’s protest became dangerous and a threat to the status quo when they questioned and criticized these men’s...
Team Syntegrity 2017: edging towards a more liveable world
Is it really enough to ‘like’, ‘follow’, and ‘retweet’ each other’s posts and updates? Or do we need something more...
Heated debates around domestic violence in Armenia
Civil society includes many NGOs that are not only conservative but are financed by Russia, and seem to be on a...