We lost Artsakh but at least now everyone can import bananas and sugar. Right?
Posts published in “Opinion”
We were not asked to make the same sacrifice as Soghomon Tehlirian but were we willing to make any sacrifice at all? Are we now?
Saying "no to Nikol, but no to his predecessors, too" is an immoral position that is threatening the future of Armenia.
Armenian society has been conditioned to responded to the mention of certain words and people with a visceral - and often violent - reaction.
Armenians can choose to manage the necessarily unequal relationship with Russia or we can continue living in a fantasy - and suffer.
Globalist liberals spent years weakening Armenia through foreign-funded propaganda and activism and are now sparing no effort to keep Pashinyan in power.
Nikol Pashinyan's favorite canard is blaming others for his failures. After losing the war against Azerbaijan, he is at it again.
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.
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.
What was being discussed for over 10 hours, who came out on top, and what to do next.
The irrelevant peacebuilding narratives imposed on Armenians ignore reality and make real peace less likely.
Ara Yetian argues Erdogan's election victory ensures marginalization of Pan-Turkic ideology, while HDP maintains its place in parliament.
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?
Would Armenian democracy benefit under a parliamentary system or should it remain as a presidential system?
Pietro Shakarian responds to Richard Giragosian's piece in Al-Jazeera claiming that Russia wants war in Nagorno-Karabakh.
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.