The Civilitas Foundation Council on International Relations advocates peace and stability in the Caucasus through multifaceted dialogue and open discourse. It offers a forum through which to inform Armenia's opinion and policy making process as well as the international academic, political and media communities about Armenia's foreign policy choices, options and actions, in the context of Armenia's national security challenges. Through public and private discussions as well as research and publications, the Council promotes the Armenian perspective internationally and domestically. The Council works to promote the proper mechanisms and the necessary environment for further European integration.
The Civilitas Perspective on events in Armenia and the Caucasus, their background and context, an analysis of the implications, together with an outlook on what is to come.
Analyses by Civilitas board members, friends, colleagues and by founder, Mr. Vartan Oskanian, offer a view of events affecting Armenia, the region and the world.
Publications include the annual report, periodic working papers on domestic and foreign policy as well as regional and global developments. Occasional monographs will also be offered on issues of national and regional importance.
Discussions feature guests from around the world and the region speaking with a core group of important opinion and policy makers in Armenia are held periodically to openly and critically discuss key developments. Transcripts are available to further the dialogue.
Dialogue Box offers papers, speeches, articles and other opinion from around the world on Armenia’s neighbors. Discussion about internal developments in Turkey, Georgia, Iran and Azerbaijan will spur healthy relations and mutual understanding.