Globalist liberals spent years weakening Armenia through foreign-funded propaganda and activism and are now sparing no effort to keep Pashinyan in power.
Posts published by “William Bairamian”
William is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Armenite. He writes on politics and culture politics. He is a graduate of Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and UCLA.
The Armenite's editor, William Bairamian, writes a letter to Diaspora Commissioner Zareh Sinanyan, asking for his resignation.
"The strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must." This one line is all you need to know to understand how international relations work.
Amnesty International talks a big game but when the time comes to speak forcefully and unequivocally when violence is happening, it fails.
An Armenian invented color TV. Nobody cares.
Independence brings with it responsibilities. Armenia has a strong ally in Russia but it must first look to itself to address its problems.
Azerbaijan's dictator, Ilham Aliyev, has been conspicuously absent from any public appearances. He has only been seen on interviews with foreign journalists and on carefully-curated, pre-recorded appearances. Why?
Do not falter. Do not doubt. Do not recede. Do not soften. Do not stop.
Azerbaijan's unstable leadership cannot afford its citizens seeing more dead bodies than necessary, so it hires jihadist mercenaries as cannon fodder.
Azerbaijani and Turkish individuals have strongly criticized Ilham Aliyev and Jeyhun Bayramov for their decision to agree to a ceasefire in the Artsakh War.
What was being discussed for over 10 hours, who came out on top, and what to do next.
Continuing fighting, Turkey-backed Syrian rebels in Azerbaijan, and highlights from Artsakh President's press conference.
Supported by Turkey, Azerbaijan has launched its second of attack of 2020, this time on the Republic of Artsakh.
Armenians are very active in the Black Lives Matter and other movements at the expense of their own issues, including regular attacks on Armenians.
The statements of Russia, the US, and France, Turkey, Iran, Ukraine, the OSCE, EU, UN, CSTO, and OIC about Azerbaijan's attacks on Armenia in July 2020.
As a result of the findings, the Investigative Committee, 30 criminal charges have been announced and are currently being investigated.
Azerbaijani attacks on Armenian civilians wounded a villager and damaged or detroyed a kindgergarten, buildings, infrastructure, and livestock.
A vehicle of Armenia's Ministry of Emergency Situations carrying out a humanitarian mission was attacked by an Azerbaijani drone.
Azerbaijan's Ramiz Tahirov and Turkey's Hulusi Akar discussed the fighting on the Armenia-Azerbaijani border.
Azerbaijan threatens a missile strike against Armenia's Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant.
The irrelevant peacebuilding narratives imposed on Armenians ignore reality and make real peace less likely.
Why it was right to close the school, thoughts on the Diaspora issues that led to the decision, and ideas about how to move forward.
The Digital Forensic Research Lab of the Atlantic Council published a two-part hit piece attacking Armenian media and individuals critical of Nikol Pashinyan.
US President Donald Trump and Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan might not seem similar but a closer look reveals that they are really birds of a feather.
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.
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.