Author and host: Anna Sargsyan
In this rapidly changing modern world, an individual faces the issue of self-expression, while the societies need new identity marks. The ever-lasting question that always concerned humanity, universal values are tested in every society in its unique way and require solutions from each individual separately.
“Post-Soviet Armenian Reality”, “Collective Memory”, “Knowledge and Information”, “Lessons of Independance”, “Language and Self-Cognition”…. All these are the topics that are discussed with merited and young scientists, artists and priests in the pavilion of Third Millennium.
The TV series were first created in 2005. In 2011, it won the annual award of Yerevan Press Club for developing the culture of dispute
 
Frequency: every Thursday, at 21:55
Rerun: Friday, at 13:00, Sunday, at 15:15

The Turbulent Region and our Wanted Steering Wheel


After the 44-day disaster, Iran and then India became more active in Armenia.  At the same time, the activity of the regular players in the region does not weaken. This would be an analysis of an interesting political science combination if it were not about our vital interests. What is happening in the region, what is our role in the major processes unfolding around us? The topic is discussed by political scientist Alen Ghevondyan and Iranian scholar Aharon Vardanyan. The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

International law and political manipulations. RA borders, recognition of the Artsakh Republic


The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled in favor of the Republic of Armenia against Azerbaijan (ICJ) in breach of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD).  This is the first lawsuit filed by a court in The Hague involving Armenia or Azerbaijan.  What can we expect from these similar international legal processes in the issue of international recognition of the Artsakh Republic? Are the concessions of the RA honorable territories, the demarcation imposed on Armenia by the USSR maps, the signing of a peace treaty with Azerbaijan, the preconditions for the opening of the Armenian-Turkish border political manipulations or processes arising from international law?  An expert in international law, expert of the case working group submitted to the Hague Tribunal, Levon Gevorgyan comments.  The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

Economy: new situation, not so new problems


Is economic development possible through closed roads? Are open roads possible with a low level of security? What is the problem of the Armenian economic system - not setting long-term goals or not taking realistic actions? Economists Bagrat Asatryan and Karen Adonts are discussing. The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

Is it possible to prevent the destruction of the Armenian sanctuaries in Artsakh?


In the 1970s the declassification of the photos taken by the American special services made it possible to reveal the destruction of the Armenian churches in Nakhichevan by Azerbaijan.  International expert Simon Maghakyan conducted an investigation based on declassified materials, which was published by an authoritative international periodical. Maghakyan thinks that today the same fate awaits the Armenian sanctuaries of Artsakh under the control of Azerbaijan. The destruction of shrines can be prevented with the help of religious diplomacy tools. Anna Sargsyan talked to Simon Maghakyan in the "Third Millennium" pavilion.

Post-war suicidal culture and the view of Our Holy Mother of Dadivank


The frescoes of Dadivank, Haghbat, Vorotnavank, Lmbatavank and a number of other churches have been restored during the last ten years thanks to Italian specialists Kristin Lamoure and Ara Zaryan.  This year they came to Armenia with the project of restoring the fresco of Kobayr church. The project has been canceled at the Ministry of Education and Science. Anna Sargsyan talked to Kristin Lamoure and Ara Zaryan in the "Third Millennium" pavilion.

Culture and Defeat


Can art complete and heal us after our defeat in the war? Art critic Anush Hakobyan and painter Ashot Hambardzumyan are talking. The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

The Creator and Disaster


In catastrophic social situations, such as war, politicians are busy finding situational solutions, people are obsessed with seeking comfort or security for their calamities. Creators remain in search of meanings and attitudes. The experience of a universal tragedy can become a road, it can become a hollow. There are two creators in our pavilion. Documentary photographer Zaven Khachikyan and artist Edik Poghosyan. The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

The charm of freedom of information and security barriers


How to capture our attention and brain? What is freedom of information? Why is information security important? International Crisis Information Management Expert, Major General Nikolay Grigoryan and Taron Parsamyan, the founder of "Actual" research information organization, are talking. The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

Traumatic shock. Armenia, 2021


For 10 months now, we have been burying our sons, losing our homes and our neighbors. For 10 months now, the number one topic in our daily lives has been war. For ten months now, we have been living in an information vacuum about what has happened and what will happen. How to overcome collective trauma? The director of "Intra" psychological center Khachatur Gasparyan and the president of the Armenian Psychiatric Association Armen Soghoyan are talking. The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

Armenia in the interests of geopolitical centers


After the visits of the President of the European Council Charles Michel to Yerevan and then to Baku, a half-hearted, half-ironic thought was voiced in the public discourse: "Armenia is between Lavrov and Michel." Where is Armenia in real?  Iranian scholar Vardan Voskanyan and American scholar Suren Sargsyan are discussing. The conversation is conducted by Anna Sargsyan.

A crisis of national identity or a celebration in the days of the plague?


Is there a crisis of national identity after the loss of the most part of Artsakh? In the case of current state security risks, is there a question as to why the state is needed? Ethnographer Mkhitar Gabrielyan and lawyer Narek Van Ashughatoyan are discussing.

The Real Risks of the Armenian State and Parallel Realities


What is the November 9/10 trilateral statement as a legal document? Does it mean the demarcation of Armenia and between Azerbaijan and the loss of Artsakh as an Armenian political unit? Why are we forced to cross the border with GPS reality or USSR maps of the 1970s?  In the "Third Millennium" pavilion, Anna Sargsyan hosted archaeologists Varuzhan Geghamyan and Vardan Balyan.