Editor-in-chief William Bairamian spoke with the Meet the Revolution podcast to discuss the geopolitics of Armenia and the region, including Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, and Georgia.
Posts published in “Politics”
A comprehensive discourse on nationality from an Armenian perspective by Hakob Manandyan writing in 1917 in a Baku-based periodical.
The Armenian national hero is being equated with racists, drug dealers, and jihadists and his pictures systematically removed from Facebook.
Millions of dollars donated to Armenia Fund were transferred to the Pashinyan government state budget with no accounting. Where is it?
Millions of dollars poured into Armenia over twenty years, creating a vast and powerful network that usurped power in 2018.
Despite the campaign to defame him, Robert Kocharyan has always been ready to serve his nation, even at the risk of his own life.
Hakob Manandyan, one of the 20th century's great Armenologists, considers the question of the nationalism in the Armenian context.
The truth about why Armenian national hero Robert Kocharyan is hated by so many people will undoubtedly surprise you.
An interview with Armenian national hero and third president Serzh Sargsyan just premiered on ArmNews TV. He was interviewed by Mher Mkrtchyan. Here are some…
Foreign-funded media outlets and their benefactors talk a lot about media freedom in Armenia. Are they really free?
Armenia's anti-Russian pacifists became patriots overnight during the war then suddenly went back to their old ways as if someone flipped a switch.
There is a long list of legitimate reasons why Nikol Pashinyan is a traitor. These are some of them.
If Azerbaijan wanted to destroy Armenia, which it has made no secret about, it has a few options. Which one would you choose?
Stop the attacks on the Armenian Revolutionary Federation.
Council of Europe celebrates itself by teaching Armenians what they should think about religion in their own country.
Stability and unity need to be prioritized in Armenia, where Nikol Pashinyan's years in power have led to the complete opposite.
The idea that Nikol Pashinyan brought democracy to Armenia is yet another lie perpetuated by him and his supporters to keep him in power.
William Bairmaian and Kevork Almassian discussed Pashinyan's betrayal on Syriana Analysis.
Not everything "old" is bad nor is everything "new" good. As Armenia decides what to do next, it is time for mature thinking.
Armen Grigoryan went from being a foreign-funded professional activist to Armenia's top civilian national security post.
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.
Amnesty International talks a big game but when the time comes to speak forcefully and unequivocally when violence is happening, it fails.
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?
The false dichotomy between self-determination and territorial integrity in the negotiation framework of the OSCE Minsk Group regarding the independence of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), as proved by the case of Kosovo.
Azerbaijani and Turkish individuals have strongly criticized Ilham Aliyev and Jeyhun Bayramov for their decision to agree to a ceasefire in the Artsakh War.
Continuing fighting, Turkey-backed Syrian rebels in Azerbaijan, and highlights from Artsakh President's press conference.