With a long history, Turkish denial of the Armenian Genocide is nothing new. But as it’s become desperate, it’s also become increasingly crazy.
Author William Bairamian
A policy of appeasement has emboldened Azerbaijan and has increased the likelihood of war.
Following Armenia’s constitutional referendum, a group of online vigilantes are using Facebook to exact mob justice on alleged fraudsters.
On December 6, 2015, Armenia voted on a constitutional reform which would change it to a parliamentary republic. We cover what happened.
Approving the proposed changes to the Armenian constitution would be in the best interest of Armenia’s opposition. But, they’re against the reforms. Why?
The co-founder of The Green Bean opines about why he thinks the system is killing small business in Armenia. We take a different perspective.
The necropolis at Teishebaini, a capital of the Kingdom of Urartu, is being excavated in Armenia before the North-South Highway is built.
A massive protest against an increase in the rate of electricity has led to a movement dubbed #ElectricYerevan. We explain what’s happening.
We publish the mission and principles of The Armenite after a brief review of its first year.
Meline Toumani and Arman Grigoryan write opinion pieces about topics they know little about and create clichés – one of a genocide-obsessed people and another of the Turk-hating Armenian – that they then attack to prove their foregone conclusions.