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

War Hanging in the air

There is growing anticipation that the region is being drawn into a major conflict. What is the perception of it in Armenia? What role does the besieged Artsakh play in the complex military-political rearrangements? We discuss it with military analyst Robert Nazaryan. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

What is the challenge facing us?

Artsakh is surrounded, the territorial integrity of RA is violated. A direct threat is being sounded in the direction of Yerevan. Why is the reaction of Armenians inadequate, are we not the same people of 88? We discuss with political scientist, economist Hrant Mikayelyan. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

The Artsakh issue and the blocked Lachin corridor

Lachin Corridor has been blocked by Azerbaijanis for more than a month. The humanitarian crisis has caused a political upheaval, it is clear that the blockade of Artsakh is a measure. However, the real goals, including those of the superpowers, are not clear. How many resources does the Armenian people have to resist? Karen Igityan, an expert on the Artsakh issue, was hosted at the "Third Millennium" pavilion. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

2022 at the "Third Millennium" Pavilion

More than 30 experts, specialists and analysts were hosted in our pavillion in 2022 to talk about the problems of post-war Armenia and Artsakh and their solutions. We summarized the conversations in one video.

Economy after 2020

What has the 2020 war changed for our economy?  How can deepening poverty and economic collapse be overcome? Economist Ashot Khurshudyan is at the "Third Millennium" pavillion. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

Non-formal education in regions. One episode, and many questions

"Hovhannisyan" Institute implemented the "What the Photo Tells" educational program for young people in Vayots Dzor region. Teens choose photos from old family albums and do their own research on them. Cultural anthropologist, program trainer Gayane Shagoyan and head of regional programs of "Hovhannisyan" Institute Hermine Stepanyan tell what has been revealed about intergenerational ties, the consequences of social changes and the attitude of young people. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

Earthquake, war, collapse- the opposite side of resistance

In the last 34 years, we have survived a devastating earthquake and at least 3 wars. What do we know about coping with natural and man-made disasters? Is resilience a national trait or a state program? We are having a discussion with Nikolay Grigoryan, an expert in crisis management, major general of the rescue service. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

1991-1994 Medical workers in the Artsakh war

The collection "Their time- Medical workers in 1991-1994 in the Artsakh war" was published. It summarizes the memory of doctors, paramedics and nurses participating in the war. Book author, journalist Ruzanna Bagratunyan and surgeon, war participant Gevorg Grigoryan are hosted in our pavillion. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

Whose side is the right?

As a result of external aggression in 2020 and after, many RA citizens were deprived of their right to life and property. To what extent is the Republic of Armenia responsible for this? What is national or collective law, how is it recognized at the international level?  Is the right of self-determination of Artsakh Armenians superior?  Taron Simonyan, candidate of legal sciences, is at the "Third Millennium" pavillion. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

Capitulation or salvation?

The hostilities started in Artsakh on November 9, 2020 stopped. The signed document became known as capitulation. Political comments were also made that it is not just a capitulation, but a rescue from a worse outcome. The Armenian public does not know exactly why the war started, why it ended on November 9, and whether it ended. Is the November 9 declaration document legally binding?  We are talking with Candidate of Legal Sciences Vahe Torosyan. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

Armenia and Artsakh. Who is guilty and responsible?

We talk about the tightening of the ring around Armenia and Artsakh from 2020 and the new needs of preserving the national state with Doctor of Political Sciences, historian Armen Ayvazyan. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.

Is peace possible in the Caucasus?

A boiling region, a creeping war, a disrupted world.  These are perhaps the key words of our time. What content is hidden under these tags? Aren't they also price tags? Isn't this real and creeping war a struggle to transform the Transcaucasia into the Caucasus? Caucasian scientist Karen Igityan is at the "Third Millennium" pavillion. Anna Sargsyan conducts the conversation.