One of the major problems plaguing Armenia’s foreign policy establishment has been the stagnation of the country’s diplomacy leading it towards isolation. Certainly, Armenia has no true friends and trusted allies, as proven by the[...]

By Dr. Arshavir Gundjian C.M. We would hardly be unveiling a national secret by announcing that the entire Armenian nation, extending from the motherland of Armenia and wounded Artsakh all the way to the vastly dispersed diaspora, lives[...]

There is an ironic twist in the proclamation of the 31st anniversary of independence of Karabakh. Under normal circumstances, this occasion should have been a moment of celebration and prospect of a promising future life. But instead, all[...]

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has repeatedly announced that the Karabakh conflict is over because Baku has solved it through brute force. Azerbaijani officials, in their turn, never miss the opportunity to reiterate what their[...]

As if calamities that had befallen on Armenia had not been enough, August 14 brought another tragedy, when an explosion ripped through the Surmalu market, leaving 16 citizens dead and sending 61 to hospitals. While rescue operations[...]

The main topic of international politics is the development of the new world order, which is more intensely felt and fought in the Caucasus. Recently, two major summits were held, the first in Tehran, with the participation of Presidents[...]

By Davit Safaryan Special to the Mirror-Spectator The Armenian public is attentively and warily following the significant growth of tourism in Yerevan. Hoteliers all as if one say that this year a record number of Turkish citizens is[...]

By Anatol Lieven The latest clash between Azeri and Armenian forces in the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh highlights the acute danger that the war in Ukraine will reignite other frozen and semi-frozen conflicts in Europe. The[...]

By Dhanuka Dickwella Special to the Mirror-Spectator There is an unfinished business in the Caucasus for the Azerbaijanis. The grand expansion and conquest of the ancient Karabakh lands up to the state border of Armenia is not done as yet.[...]

The Armenian government is caught between a rock and a hard place; it has been negotiating on two fronts with Turkey and Azerbaijan, and most probably, giving in on major issues in hope of achieving an elusive peace, yet it has to put on a[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian Assembly of America calls upon His Excellency Mr. Abdulla Shahid, President of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and current Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Maldives, to affirm[...]