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Colour Revolutions

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The protest in Yerevan was dispersed on June 23, 2015

Preamble: This article continues Boris Rozhin’s analysis of the protests in Yerevan, and his initial thoughts on the subject can be found here. As the situation continues to develop rapidly, some of the conclusions may appear out of date, but are nevertheless valuable considerations to keep in mind as we observe the continuation of the protest actions … Continue reading

Protests in Armenia on June 22, 2015

Preamble: Boris Rozhin followed this analysis with another article, which explores further developments in Yerevan after the initial protest action, which erupted on June 22, 2015, was dispersed. That note will be published shortly. We suggest that the analysis below be read in conjunction with Anatoly Nesmiyan’s assessment, which was published on Slavyangrad.org earlier. Original: Colonel Cassad / Boris … Continue reading

ElectricYerevan—a colour revolution or a social protest?

Original: El Murid/Anatoly Nesmiyan Translated by Gleb Bazov / Edited by Gracchus Babeuf The events taking place in Armenia are already being called a Maidan, by analogy with the coup in Kiev. In reality, of course, it is too early to say this. Maidan is one of the variants of a colour revolution, or, in … Continue reading

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