Artsakh

WASHINGTON — The Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) welcomed a letter by Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, to Secretary Antony Blinken, urging the Administration to cut U.S. assistance[...]

After the September 13 Azerbaijani aggression against Amenia, fresh graves are being dug at Yerablur Memorial Military Cemetery and more families are grieving the losses of 207 soldiers and civilians. Now, the battlefield has shifted to[...]

BOSTON – A cross-section of Armenian-American organizations in Boston issued a statement calling for unity and solidarity on September 21,[...]

PARIS — Faced with the proliferation of false information distilled every day by Azerbaijan and its networks around the world, the Franco-Armenian Association (Union Franco-Arménienne), a non-profit cultural non-governmental[...]

It seems that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has become the Biden Administration’s foreign policy point guard to taunt bullies in the international arena. Her trip to Taiwan in August, challenging China’s ambitions with regard to that[...]

LOS ANGELES — ARTsakh Arts and Cultural Foundation (US) announced this week that the film, “Gate to Heaven,” a film by Jivan Avetisyan, is included in this year’s AMC’s independent programming schedule. This is a highly[...]

LOS ANGELES — In collaboration with the Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region (ANCA-WR), the Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA will host Davit Babayan, PhD, the foreign minister of the Republic of Artsakh, for a[...]

By Benyamin Poghosyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator On September 13, Azerbaijan launched a new war against Armenia in multiple directions, shelling military and civilian infrastructure and seeking to advance into the Syunik, Vayots Dzor,[...]

WATERTOWN — During times of crisis, Armenians frequently call for unity as a people and a nation, and during the current era of Armenian independence a number of different fora had been created by various organizations and bodies,[...]

By Lilit Shahverdyan, Joshua Kucera For nearly 25 years, traffic between Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh traveled along a road known as the Lachin Corridor. It was constructed in 1998, shortly after Armenians won the territory in a war with[...]