Armen Grigoryan

The devastating effects of the 44-Day War and the turmoil in the Caucasus region dictate some necessary measures for Armenia: internal unity and independent and objective evaluations of the country’s problems and actions derived from[...]

By Anush Mkrtchian, Tatekiv Sargsyan YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Azerbaijan’s Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov downplayed on May 10 Armenia proposals regarding a peace treaty between the two states sought by Baku. In March, Azerbaijan presented[...]

Armenia’s diplomatic isolation — with its deleterious consequences — has been ascribed to its longtime foreign policy that was solely oriented toward being in line with the Kremlin. Given the political determinants in the Caucasus,[...]

YEREVAN — After the Russian-Ukrainian war, a large influx of tourists to Armenia began due in part to the restrictions of European countries. While Armenia might be able to use the opportunity to develop and stabilize its weak economy to[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Former secretary of Armenia’s Security Council Armen Grigoryan has been appointed first deputy minister of foreign affairs in a move that ruling party representatives see as a prelude to his appointment to the[...]

GORIS –– Azerbaijani troops have yet to pull out of the area around the remote mountain lake of Sev Lich . The news follows an almost three-day-long standoff on the border between Syunik and the adjacent province of Karvajar which[...]