International mediators brokering a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict are again expected to arrive in the region today. But this time their visit is likely to be aimed at maintaining the relevance of the negotiation process rather than giving it a boost.Read More →
This week at the 123rd session of the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers in Strasbourg, France, attended by delegations from 47 countries Armenia assumed its first-ever six-month rotating chairmanship of the organization.Read More →
May 14 saw the opening of two ‘ritual’ establishments in Armenia – Surb Hovhannes (St. John the Baptist) Church in Abovyan and a large entertainment center in the north of Yerevan. Both facilities have been built at the expense of the family of Prosperous Armenia Party (PAP) leader Gagik Tsaru...Read More →
After the end of another election cycle in which the ruling party only consolidated its grip on power, there seems to have been a growing appreciation in Armenia for public protests as a constitutional way of influencing government decision-making.Read More →
Last night it emerged that the ministers in charge of economic and finance affairs would be replaced in the new government. In particular, at the meeting of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia’s executive body David Sargsyan and Vahram Avanesyan were named as the next ministers of finance and e...Read More →
The Sunday elections to Yerevan’s Council of Elders marked the end of another election cycle in Armenia that started a year ago with the legislative polls and continued in February of this year with the presidential ballot.The ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) did extremely well in all of...Read More →
On May 2, Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian paid a visit to Stepanakert to meet with the local leadership, including the Karabakh president, parliament speaker and his local counterpart. Official reports contain only general information on the subjects discussed at the meetings, but analys...Read More →
Major opposition forces participating in the May 5 elections to Yerevan’s Council of Elders rule out the possibility of the current ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) and its mayor Taron Margaryan retaining power in the Armenian capital.Read More →
The incident which recently occurred in the second largest Armenian city of Gyumri where two clans engaged in a gun battle in broad daylight and most importantly the drastic response of the authorities to similar methods of asserting influence on local politics have given many experts reasons to tal...Read More →
Armenia and Azerbaijan will have fresh talks on Karabakh at the level of their foreign ministers in the Polish city of Krakow next month. This was announced after the meeting of Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian and his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in Moscow on Thursday.Read More →
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