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SAN FRANCISCO — Heritage pilgrimages to Historic Armenia and other parts of Turkey once populated by Armenians have become more and more common in recent decades, especially thanks to the efforts of pioneer tour leader Armen Aroyan, but[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian Assembly of America on July 14 praised the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the F-16 sale ban on Turkey and accountability for Aliyev and Erdogan in the 2020 Artsakh ethnic cleansing, among other[...]

By Mark Dovich YEREVAN (CivilNet) — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan held their first-ever phone call Monday, July 11, the Armenian prime minister’s office announced, in a breakthrough moment[...]

By David O’Byrne The European Union is hailing a new energy agreement with Azerbaijan that could see the gas-rich Caspian nation double the flow of gas to Europe in five years, part of Brussels’ effort to reduce reliance on Russia.[...]

By Dhanuka Dickwella The Caucasus is one of the most fascinating parts of the world in history and culture. We could only think of India as a close competitor in terms of its diversity. The region is home to hundreds of ethnicities,[...]

By Angelina Der Arakelian Special to the Mirror-Spectator “So, where are you from?” This is a common question to which an Armenian born and raised in Cyprus cannot articulate a simple answer. Armenians in Cyprus today date back from[...]

The November 9, 2020 declaration did not end the second Karabakh war, also known as the 44-Day War; the war continues for Azerbaijan. Indeed, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev’s rhetoric remains so incendiary that it may spark a new war[...]

There are still many mysteries about what happened during the 2020 44-day Karabakh war, though the results of the war are clear. The collective mind of the Armenians is still digesting the significance and impact of the war and the defeat,[...]

Why It’s the Right Time for India to Give Turkey an Armenian ‘Gift’ for Its Stand on Kashmir By Amitabh Singh The Armenian Genocide has been recognized by 34 countries, but India is still weighing its options to balance out its[...]

Despite all the internal and external challenges plaguing the country now, Armenia is flexing its nascent diplomatic muscles around the world. In some cases, other countries are approaching Armenia because they have interests in the[...]