MOSCOW (Reuters) — President Vladimir Putin has agreed to withdraw Russian forces and border guards from various parts of Armenia at Yerevan’s request, Putin’s spokesman was cited as saying on[...]

Nikol Pashinyan’s visit to Moscow had some interesting nuances. Pashinyan did not attend Vladimir Putin’s inauguration ceremony on May 7, citing the absence of an invitation. On May 8, he[...]

By Nadeera Dickwella Special to the Mirror-Spectator Armenia’s intricate political journey, marked by historical struggles and the resilience of its nation, has been an ever-evolving story that has gone hand[...]

Before the Armenian authorities announced the transfer of four Tavush villages to Azerbaijan, causing a significant commotion, a major point of discussion in Armenia was whether Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan[...]

The following extract is from Yerevan-based Russian author Yan Shenkman’s recently published book, At Home in Yerevan. Shenkman, born in 1973, is a writer, journalist, literary and musical critic. He[...]

A few days ago, on April 10, the US ambassador to Armenia Kristina Kvien conducted an interview with Azatutyun radio station (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty), addressing various key aspects of US-Armenia relations[...]

On April 5, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and USAID Administrator Samantha Power, alongside European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Union Foreign Affairs chief Josep Borrell[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Armenia and Russia continued to trade accusations and threats this week. On April 1, responding to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s threats to pull Armenia out of the[...]

By Artak Khulian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — The Armenian government has blocked the broadcasts to Armenia of political talk shows aired by one of Russia’s two main state TV channels following[...]

MOSCOW (AFP) — Russian authorities detained 11 people on March 26 in connection with the March 22  attack, which saw camouflaged gunmen storm into Crocus City Hall, open fire on[...]