In her second week of learning Armenian, Karmun struggles to form words and grows noticeably frustrated. But something unexpected saves the day.
A Singaporean living in Australia is intrigued by the Armenian language. This is her journey to learn the complex tongue known only to six million people -- foreign symbols, difficult diction, and all.
The avant-garde painter Arshile Gorky had an obsession other than art. He called her Mougouch. This is a story of their tumultuous love.
Due to a rich repository of stories, composing a list of five must-read books written by Armenian-American authors is a tough task. We attempted it anyway.
The Sochi-Yerevan Railway: Connecting Armenia, Georgia, Abkhazia, and Russia. The last of a four part series.
Ethio-jazz, architecture, and the Arba Lijoch, a group of 40 Armenian orphans from Jerusalem, tell the story of Armenians in one of Africa's most ancient nations.
Armen Nalbandian, a Los Angeles-based jazz pianist, on his voice, and his inspiration, and his new album, Time Waits.
Dear Reader, The Armenite has been on hiatus for a few months and I would like to tell you why. The crux of it has…
Ambassadors James Warlick and John Heffern make erroneous references to Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) in botched attempt at progress.
The multi-billion dollar, multi-party project will further make Armenia a transportation hub and increase economic development.
Armenia's economic and societal development in facts and figures.
How the Armenia Tree Project has spent the past two decades replanting Armenia's forests and the state of forestry in Armenia today.
A reader responds to Jennifer Manoukian's piece about Zabel Yessayan's early years.
Columbia University playing host to a group named after the genocidal Young Turks.
Zabel Yessayan is among the most famous authors of Armenian literature. It was as a young woman in Constantinople that she began to master her craft.
Armenia's North-South Highway: Connecting India, Iran, Georgia, and Russia. The second of a four part series.
A showcase of the sculpture capturing the magnificence of the human form by Armenian-American artist Kira.
Coverage of the 2014 ANCA-WR Advocacy Day in Sacramento, California.
A semi-fictional story about the heroic Battle of Sardarabad.
Photographer Alex Tarverdi discovers a gathering of impeccably preserved classic cars on Yerevan's 2975th birthday.
Were I offered the love of a maid lily-fair, / I would choose thee alone for my joy and my care, / My one love, my Armenia!
Armenia's highways: lifelines to economic development. The first of a four part series.
Fate is your enemy? Be not dismayed. / But show Armenian hearts, to brave her hate. / Fate cannot vanquish an heroic land / That battles against fate.
Armenia had good reason to vote against Ukraine in the UN Resolution vote on Crimea. We explain why.
I decide to listen for once, / and discover a world richer than mine, / an unseen film with a longer running time / than mine.
Kessab, you are gone and won’t be again. Everyone is angry. Or sad. Perhaps even in disbelief. Why?
How frantic ants seem / To towering men above / Made of the same parts / Yet able to love
Armenia is known for being in a rough neighborhood. What is less known is how Armenia became the most stable country in the region. We take a look.
As the Armenian town of Kessab in Syria is under siege, its Armenian population has been completely evacuated, with many Armenians hiding in churches. CivilNet…
"Let me too grow pale, if but once only,
When your ardent glance is cast on me!"