WATERTOWN — Samuel Sarkis Karabashian is, as his LinkedIn account announces, “an aspiring geopolitical and national security expert.” A grandchild of survivors of the Armenian Genocide in his late 20s,[...]

(Portions of the following story were originally published in the Los Angeles Times by food writer Charles Perry on April 18, 2007) The other day, a co-worker brought in some mysterious cookies from an[...]

YEREVAN/LEIPZIG, Germany — Theater and film actress Elena Seropova was born in 1964 in Moscow. In 1988, she graduated from GITIS, the Russian Institute of Theater Arts in Moscow. In[...]

By Careen Derkalousdian FRESNO, Calif. (HyeSharzhoom) — “Manuscripts are the living works of the Armenian people,” said Prof. Barlow Der Mugrdechian. On Thursday, November 9, Der Mugrdechian, Berberian Coordinator of[...]

The most asked question after the military takeover of Nagorno-Karabakh by Azerbaijan perhaps is this: Why is there no peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan? The status and future of[...]

LOS ANGELES — Behind the dark gray wall with the floral mural on busy Melrose Avenue, Ronan’s wood-fired ovens are baking a different kind of dough. Pungent zaatar flavors and[...]

YEREVAN — When last year at a regular cultural event in Yerevan I was introduced to Caroline Consten, who moved to Armenia from France, I was thinking that this fluent[...]

By Naira Bughadarian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — The Armenian authorities have moved to confiscate hundreds of millions of dollars in assets belonging to Gagik Tsarukyan, one of Armenia’s richest men leading[...]

By Narine Ghalechian and Shoghik Galstian UPPER LARS, Georgia/Russia — Hundreds of Armenian trucks were stuck at the main Russian-Georgian border crossing on Monday, November 28 after Russia reportedly tightened[...]

By Shoghik Galstian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Armenia could leave the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) due to the Russian-led alliance’s reluctance to openly support it in the conflict with Azerbaijan,[...]