Georgia

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[...]

By Soso Dzamukashvili Tbilisi’s Armenian heritage is danger of being forgotten entirely, but there is some hope. Armenian intellectuals, wealthy merchants and leading cultural figures have been an integral part of life in the Georgian[...]

TBILISI (Panorama.am) — Georgian Defense Minister Juansher Burchuladze and his Azerbaijani counterpart, Zakir Hasanov, signed a bilateral cooperation plan in Tbilisi on October 5, the local sources reported. The document was signed as[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday, September 19, that Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has offered to meet with him for talks on improving Turkish-Armenian relations. Erdogan appeared to make[...]

This comforting Armenian soup, Babo’s Abour (also called tahnabour or spas), is courtesy of Vera Sarkissian from Aptos, California. Abour is commonly made and eaten during the winter months, and is known for its nourishing and beneficial[...]

By Giorgi Lomsadze TBLISI (Eurasia.net) – Iveri Melashvili never expected to be famous. Nearing retirement after a modest government career in cartography, the 62-year-old’s name has suddenly made national headlines and led TV[...]

TBILISI (azatutyun.am) – Armenian heavy trucks were pelted with stones and damaged early on January 25 as they drove through a region in Georgia mostly populated by ethnic Azerbaijanis, according to the Armenian Embassy in Tbilisi. A[...]

By Henrik Bakhchinyan Recently, I received the new edition of the fifth volume of the Great Russian Encyclopedia (Moscow, 2015). Having spent many years studying the works of Sayat-Nova and medieval literature, I naturally read the article[...]

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Trent Josiah (“TJ”) Huizar, a 16-year-old American conversant in 14 languages, traveled to the Caucasus for two weeks in search of speakers of the lost languages of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Along[...]

YEREVAN — Thirty-five Armenian exchange students enrolled in different US schools under the FLEX and ACES programs returned home on April 9, spokesperson for the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Anna Naghdalyan reported. The Embassy[...]