Supported by Turkey, Azerbaijan has launched its second of attack of 2020, this time on the Republic of Artsakh.
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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.
Նիկոլ Փաշինյաբը կառավարության արձագանգը կորոնավիրուսի զարգացումներին:
Nikol Pashinyan's government has failed to adequately respond to the coronavirus threat in favor of politics, leading to over 100 reported cases in the country.
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.
A journey into the recent but forgotten chapters of Armenia's history to better understand who its true heroes and villains are.
Mob rule is threatening the Amuslar Gold Mine Project and, if it succeeds, it will have serious economic and political repercussion for Armenia.
Ara Yetian argues Erdogan's election victory ensures marginalization of Pan-Turkic ideology, while HDP maintains its place in parliament.
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?
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.
A few protesters, led by Vaghinak Shushanyan, tried to regain the momentum of #ElectricYerevan by rushing into oncoming traffic on Baghramyan Avenue, trying to "occupy" it.
The Iranian government has finally struck a nuclear deal with the six world powers. Here's what it means for Armenia.
A massive protest against an increase in the rate of electricity has led to a movement dubbed #ElectricYerevan. We explain what's happening.
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.
Awash in oil money, Azerbaijan has forced Armenia into an arms race. When will the oil bubble burst?
The ultra-radical terrorist group ISIS is taking a page out of Azerbaijan's book in its senseless destruction of historical and cultural monuments.
Aram Hovasapyan says Armenia and Artsakh should be united.
Fringe group PreParliament was attacked by the police in Berdzor. Who are they?
Armenia's brilliant decision to include Amal Clooney on the legal team arguing in the Perincek v. Switzerland case has created a PR nightmare for Turkey.
In a country that enjoys relative security and has the lowest murder rate in the region, the Gyumri massacre in Armenia has raised a multitude of questions.
Armenia had a choice between signing the European Union Association Agreement and joining the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union. They went with Russia.
In an unprovoked attack, Azerbaijan shot down an unarmed Armenian military helicopter that was flying over Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Republic territory.
Ambassadors James Warlick and John Heffern make erroneous references to Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) in botched attempt at progress.