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Russian TV Backs Down After Calling Armenian Hero "Fascist Collaborator"
Nov 24, 2017
Armenia Announces Big Military Spending Increase
While the defense minister refused to specify exactly how the budget growth would be allocated, he did suggest the increase would be utilized for new weapons systems for the Armenian military.
Michael Hikari Cecire
Oct 18, 2017
Armenia: EU Officials Making Tactical Retreat in Values War
Western backers are making a tactical retreat, hoping that a quiet approach will ultimately help the controversial legislation pass.
Oct 17, 2017
Tajikistan Accuses Iran of Assassination Campaign in Foreign Policy Gambit
Aug 15, 2017
Azerbaijan Building Up Forces in Nakhchivan
Aug 10, 2017
Armenia: Ethnic Minorities Gain a Voice in Parliament
Following April’s elections, Armenia now has four ethnic minority MPs – one each from the country’s Yezidi, Assyrian, Kurdish, and Russian communities – in its 105-seat parliament.
Aug 2, 2017
Armenia: Can the Government Reverse Demographic Decline?
Recent efforts suggest the country’s leadership is trying to address growing public concern about the country’s demographic decline.
Jul 11, 2017
Tajikistan’s Unity After War: Expectation and Reality
Jun 30, 2017
Armenia Gets Ready to Launch the World’s Longest Zip Line
Jun 20, 2017
Armenia: Nation-Army Plan Raises Concerns About Society’s Militarization
Jun 14, 2017
Tajikistan: Taking State Snooping to the Next Level
Jun 13, 2017
With Rhinoplasty on the Rise, Whither the Armenian Nose?
Increasingly, Armenians – especially young women – are opting for rhinoplasty in an effort to conform to the idealized Western appearance.
Mar 22, 2017
Tajikistan and Islamic State: Threat or Bogeyman?
Mar 14, 2017
Fighting in Karabakh Flares As Azerbaijan Marks Memorial
Feb 27, 2017
Armenia: Is Concern About Domestic Violence a Liberal Value?
Legislation aimed at preventing domestic violence in Armenia has been scuttled after opponents charged that it is a European attempt to undermine traditional Armenian values.
Feb 9, 2017