Podcasts

DemSecurity: episode #15 Tigran Grigoryan

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DemSecurity: #14 Aram Tadevosyan

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DemSecurity: #12 Karena Avedissian

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DemSecurity: #11 Anahit Piliposyan

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DemSecurity: #10 Artur Papyan

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DemSecurity: #9 Babken Ter-Grigoryan

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DemSecurity: #7 Narek Sukiasyan

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DemSecurity: #6 Sossi Tatikyan

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DemSecurity: #5 Gor Petrosyan

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DemSecurity #4 Alen Shadunts

How is the democratic peace theory reflected in Armenia’s current foreign policy landscape? What are the prospects for Armenia's strategic interests in the Caucasus? How does the ongoing peace treaty negotiation with Azerbaijan align with the broader international order? Join us in this episode of the DemSecurity Podcast, where Tigran Grigoryan, Head of the RCDS, talks with foreign affairs expert Alen Shadunts to delve into the nuances of Armenia’s foreign policy in the changing world order. This episode was recorded in July 2023 and produced by BoonTV.

DemSecurity #3 Anna Ohanyan

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DemSecurity #13 Sheila Paylan

In this episode of the DemSecurity Podcast, Tigran Grigoryan, head of the RCDS, welcomed international Human Rights lawyer Sheila Paylan.

DemSecurity #2 Zhirayr Amirkhanyan

What is the relationship between different political regimes and military effectiveness? Are democracies more effective in wartimes? How to foster healthy civil-military relations? In the second edition of the "Public Security" podcast, the president of the "Democracy and Security" regional center Tigran Grigoryan and candidate of sciences in security studies Zhirayr Amirkhanyan talk. The program was filmed in July 2023 and produced by Boon TV.

The RCDS Podcast #3: International response to Nagorno-Karabakh: too little too late

Tigran Grigoryan, Karena Avedssian, and Sheila Paylan discuss Nagorno-Karabakh's ethnic cleansing and the international community’s response.

DemSecurity #1 David Akopyan

What is the relationship between democracy and security? Does democracy contribute to economic development? What kind of correlation exists between political regimes and economic development, as well as economic security? In the inaugural episode of the "DemSecurity" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan, the head of the Regional Center for Democracy and Security, and David Akobyan, a specialist in state building and democracy who has worked for many years in crisis-stricken countries such as Syria, Somalia, and Afghanistan, engage in a discussion.

The end of Power

In the new episode of the "Political Literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan, the head of the RCDS, explores Moises Naim's book, "The End of Power: From Boardrooms to Battlefields and Churches to States, Why Being in Charge Isn't What It Used to Be." Grigoryan discusses the ongoing decentralization of power worldwide and highlights the diminishing influence of power across various aspects of modern life, including domestic affairs, international relations, and conflicts.

Modernization, Cultural Change and Democracy

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Ronald Inglehart and Christian Welzel's “Modernization, Cultural Change And Democracy” and presents the process of modernization of society, the agrarian-industrial-post-industrial transition, and how the resulting value and cultural changes led to democracy.

The weaponization of everything։ A field guide to the new way of war

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, political Tigran Grigoryan discusses Mark Galeotti's “The Weaponization Of Everything։ A Field Guide To The New Way Of War” and describes how the militarization and weaponization of non-military sectors such as business occurs in the context of hybrid warfare.

The RCDS podcast #2: A New Protest Movement in Nagorno-Karabakh & the Trilateral Meeting in Brussels

Why Bother with Elections?

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Adam Przeworski's “Why Bother With Elections?”

The RCDS podcast #1: The postponed Meeting in Bulgaria and the US Ambassador's statement on NK.

Democracies at war

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses “Democracies at War” by Allan C. Stam and Dan Reiter.

Exit from Hegemony։ The unraveling of the American global order

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Alexander Cooley

Liberalism and its Discontests

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Francis Fukuyama's

How Democracies Die

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Francis Fukuyama's

Electing to Fight

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Jack Snyder's

Why we fight։ The Roots of War and the Paths to Peace

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Chris Blattman's

Spin dictators։ The Changing Face of Tyranny in the 21st Century

In the new episode of the "Political literature" podcast, Tigran Grigoryan discusses Sergey Guriev's