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Armenia, Turkey Trade Blame After Yerevan Abandons Protocols
Ayla Jean Yackley
Dec 21, 2017
Trump's Jerusalem Gambit Prompts Opposition From Armenia, Concern From Georgia
Dec 11, 2017
Armenia Debates Shift Away From Nuclear Power
Dec 6, 2017
Russian TV Backs Down After Calling Armenian Hero "Fascist Collaborator"
Nov 24, 2017
Russian-Armenian Tycoon Expanding Influence in Armenia
The 52-year-old tycoon has made no secret of his strong support for Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan, who took office in September 2016 and has a reputation as a technocratic reformist.
Nov 2, 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
Armenia: Activists Cry Censorship as Government Shuts Down Stalinism Exhibit
The ministry has said that the exhibit can open again after it undergoes some alterations.
Oct 3, 2017
Armenia: Hint of Territorial Concessions to Azerbaijan Sparks Controversy
The widespread outrage underscores the disconnect between hardened public perceptions of the conflict and diplomatic proposals that have long been the subject of negotiations in the effort to resolve it.
Sep 19, 2017
Armenia: New Embassy Is Sign of Strengthening Chinese-Armenian Ties
Aug 23, 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: A Year On, Police Station Attack Still Divides Society
The dual events underscore that the country is still wrestling with the incident’s legacy.
Jul 18, 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
Armenia: This Time, EU Deal Meets Russian Approval
Jun 28, 2017