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Latest Articles

5 Re’s Approach to the Armenian Genocide
The False Dichotomy between Territorial Integrity and Self-Determination
in light of the ICJ’s 2010 Kosovo Decision

Right to Privacy of Public Officials
Preventing Unlawful Detention in Armenia by Marina Tashchyan and Irina Kharatyan

Constitutional Right to Jury Trial
The Public Policy Exception in Armenian Law
Armenia ‘s Electronic Document and Electronic Signature Law: Promotion of Growth in E-commerce via Greater Cyber-Security, Stephen E. Blythe
Related articles: http://law.richmond.edu/jolt/v11i2/article6.pdf
Rule of Law and Human Rights
Universal Jurisdiction.
Legal Status of NKR.