Welcome to the Centre for European Studies


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Dear friend, in July 2006 when we founded this unique educational and research institution we had a vision of becoming a rock solid foundation for strengthening and deepening European values in the Armenian society. We believe in the vision of “Armenia in Europe” and we are certain the way to political, social and economic development should be paved with the embracing of European values. Hence knowledge-based society and research-based governance is the key to developing a welfare state.

 

To meet its goals, the Centre for European Studies has voluntarily taken the responsibility for enhancing the development of education society through graduate programmes and supporting the public sector with sound, data based and analytical researches. Hence, we welcome any initiative of innovation that is in tune with our vision.

 

We sincerely thank you for having visited our website and hope it will prove to be useful to your needs.

 

 

CES News
The European Club 5th debate PDF Print
Thursday, 01 December 2016 15:16

Debate No 5 Photo No.3The fifth debate-discussion of the European Club took place on 23 November, 2016. The topic of the discussion was devoted to Regional Projection of Global Geopolitical Processes (South Caucasus). The keynote speakers of this debate-discussion were Amanda Paul (Policy analyst at the European Policy Centre, Belgium) and Benyamin Poghosyan (Head of the Institute for National Strategic Studies, Armenia). 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 December 2016 15:23
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The European Club 4th debate PDF Print
Thursday, 01 December 2016 15:05
Debate No 4 Photo No.1

The fourth debate-discussion of the European Club took place on 7 November, 2016. The topic of the discussion was devoted to The EU-Iran relations’ prospects and trends in the post-sanction period. The invited speakers were Steven Blockmans, a Senior Research Fellow and the Head of the 'EU foreign policy' and 'politics and institutions' units of Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels, and Dr Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, a Reader in Comparative Politics and International Relations and Chair of the Centre for Iranian Studies at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 December 2016 16:14
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The European Club 3rd debate PDF Print
Thursday, 01 December 2016 14:30

Debate No 3  Photo No.2The third debate-discussion of the European Club took place on 13 September, 2016. The topic of the discussion was devoted to Possible transformation processes in the EU migration policy in the context of new challenges and their impact on Eastern Europe and South Caucasus. The invited experts in the field were Stepan Grigoryan from the Yerevan- based think tank Analytical Centre on Globalisation and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC) and Jakub Benedyczak from the University of Wroclaw. 

 

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The European Club 2nd debate PDF Print
Thursday, 01 December 2016 13:51

15293263_1699591823689333_2022313763_oThe second debate-discussion of the European Club took place on 10 June, 2016. The topic of the discussion was devoted to Architecture of Security in the South Caucasus. Christoph Benedikter (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Austria) and David Shahnazaryan (Regional Studies Center, Armenia) presented their analysis and replied to the questions of European Club members. 

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