Tigran Yegavian has a Masters in Comparative Politics from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and a BA in Arabic from the Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO). He is a freelance journalist and researcher at the French Intelligence Research Center (CF2R). He works in particular on Portugal and the Portuguese-speaking world, the Armenian diaspora and the Christian diasporas of the East. His last published book is "Minorities of the Orient, the Forgotten Ones of History" (translated into Armenian in 2020, Actualt Art editions).
Between Paris and Yerevan, the declarations of friendship abound. But rare are those who evoke the failures of this friendship. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the Franco-Armenian affinity?
Writers and thinkers from Armenia and the diaspora are now linked, writes Tigran Yegavian, and argues that this rapprochement is indispensable for the liberation of Armenian thought.
What has Armenia’s defeat in the 2020 Artsakh War revealed? Tigran Yegavian reviews a recently published White Paper that looks at a number of misconceptions, failures and dysfunctions within Armenian statehood and attempts to diagnose those ills and offer possible solutions.