By Varoujan Sirapian We are healing our wounds after this defeat in the Artsakh war, endorsed by a trilateral ceasefire among Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia. However, we have not stopped thinking about the future, which is part of our[...]

By Philippe Raffi Kalfayan Special to the Mirror-Spectator While this column always tends to be analytical in approach, this current one will focus in minute detail on the agreement whose signing Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced on[...]

By Aram Pachyan Translated, from the Armenian, by Margarit T. Ordukhanyan   How does one come back home? Krikor Beledian   I don’t know how to write about war.  What to write, perhaps—I may be capable of doing that much, but how[...]

By Peter Balakian I first met Robert Fisk at a bar at the Hilton in midtown Manhattan on an early spring day in 1997. He had gotten interested in the national petition drive I had started with Robert Jay Lifton. My friend Robert Lifton —[...]

Armenians woke up Tuesday with heavy hearts to see in the glare of the new day the nightmarish scenario in Nagorno Karabakh. Had the outcome had been positive, the spilled blood and the young lives lost in 44 days of heroic battles would[...]

By Mark Galeotti Does the Russian-brokered ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan represent a victory for Moscow? The tragic coincidence with the shooting down of a Russian helicopter suggests that this is really about the Kremlin’s[...]

By Michael Rubin WASHINGTON (National Interest) – The September 11, 2001, terror attacks brought a brief moment of unity to Americans but also ushered in a period of partisan foreign policy. During the Bush administration, Democrats drew[...]

After the collapse of first three ceasefires, brokered by the co-chairs of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), very few people had any confidence that the fourth one, agreed on in Geneva, would hold. All the[...]

To the editor, I had no intention of expressing my political opinions in print this time around, but after watching the nomination hearings for Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court I feel compelled to do so. I’d like to address that[...]

Despite tremendous losses in human lives and materiel, morale continues to be high among Karabakh warriors. It is not hyperbole when Armenian soldiers claim that they are fighting for a historic piece of homeland, while Azerbaijanis are[...]

Some 700 body bags returning from the battlefront in Nagorno Karabakh have not dampened the resolve of the Armenian side, which continues to defend its ancestral land and the last frontier of Armenian history. President Ilham Aliyev has[...]