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The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 8.1

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As we have already noted in the previous publications, each part of the article series concerning the applicability of nonviolent struggle in Armenia will discuss in detail the applicability of possible options of political/civil disobedience in our country, as well as the reasons of failure of the means has been chosen by political forces so far.

The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 7.2

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The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 7.1

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The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 6.2

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As we have already noted in the previous publications, each part of the article series concerning the applicability of nonviolent struggle in Armenia will discuss in detail the applicability of possible options of political/civil disobedience in our country, as well as the reasons of failure of the means has been chosen by political forces so far.

The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 6.1

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As we have already noted in the previous publications, each part of the article series concerning the applicability of nonviolent struggle in Armenia will discuss in detail the applicability of possible options of political/civil disobedience in our country, as well as the reasons of failure of the means has been chosen by political forces so far.

The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 5

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As we have already noted in the previous publications, each part of the article series on the applicability of nonviolent struggle in Armenia will discuss in details the applicability of possible options of political/civil disobedience in our country, as well as the reasons of failure of the means has been chosen by political forces so far.

The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 4

Narek Samsonyan

As we have already noted in the previous publications, each part of the article series on the applicability of nonviolent struggle in Armenia will discuss in details the applicability of possible options of political/civil disobedience in our country, as well as the reasons of failure of the means has been chosen by political forces so far.

The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 3

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As we have already noted in the previous publications, each part of the article series on the applicability of nonviolent struggle in Armenia will discuss in details the applicability of possible options of political/civil disobedience in our country, as well as the reasons of failure of the means has been chosen by political forces so far.

The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia: Part 2

Narek Samsonyan

As we have already noted in the previous publication, in each part of the article series concerning the applicability of nonviolent struggle in Armenia the applicability of possible options of political/civil disobedience in our country, as well as the reasons of failure of the means chosen by political forces so far will be discussed in detail. The article series is based on the study of international experience, as well as the scientific literature available. The first part of the article is available here.

The Applicability of Nonviolent Struggle in Armenia

Narek

The thesis that the change of power in Armenia is possible only by means of street struggle and especially in a revolutionary way has become widely considered recently. Skipping the chosen strategic and tactical nuances of political processes I would like to talk about the political instruments which will be implemented to realize this or that political strategy and tactics.