YEREVAN (PanARMENIAN.Net) — Armenia has offered its support to Georgian authorities as they fight against the consequences of a deadly landslide that hit a resort area in the mountains of the country and left at least 18 dead. The matter[...]

By Beka Kobakhidze Special to the Mirror-Spectator The greatest historian of the Caucasus, the founding father of the historiography of the first republics of Transcaucasia, Richard Hovannisian, has passed away. He was a professor emeritus[...]

By Nini Gabritchidze TBILISI ( — “Liberal fascism” has become one of the most commonly used terms in the Georgian ruling party’s efforts to discredit those who mobilized resistance to their notorious[...]

WATERTOWN — The Watertown “Leola Sassouni” and Cambridge “Shushi” chapters of the Armenian Relief Society (ARS) of the Greater Boston will host a presentation by Ivan Ardhaldjian, director of the ARS Javakhk Fund,[...]

YEREVAN — An Armenian who passed through the Upper Lars crossing point between Russia (North Ossetia) and Georgia recently described his experience as traumatic to this reporter. The Lars checkpoint is the only place where it is possible[...]

A cloak-and-dagger story is currently unfolding in and around Armenia, as the security chiefs of three major powers have visited Yerevan in quick succession. First came Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security[...]

By Ronald Grigor Suny This essay, in the form of a newspaper article reviewing reviews of a recent prizewinning book, is actually – full disclosure – written by the author of that book, the recipient of some positive reviews, and the[...]

A new order is taking shape in the Caucasus, following the 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan last year. Although the war was between those two countries, the instigators and beneficiaries were two major players, namely Russia and[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — It is interesting to note that some of the most influential American artistic figures of Armenian descent have been controversial in the eyes of the critics. Writer William Saroyan won the Pulitzer Prize in the 1940s[...]

One hundred and six years after the Genocide, the unrepentant perpetrator is still next door, and its Turanic plans still being driven forward, at the expense of Armenia. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan calls the surviving Armenians[...]