Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan

By Ani Avetisyan STEPANAKERT (Open Caucasus Media ) — Almost a year after the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War, Nagorno-Karabakh marks Independence Day. While officials from the Republic of Armenia were present at the ceremonies, Armenian[...]

For several tangible reasons, the political pendulum in Moscow is swinging back in favor of Armenia. There are many signals and political statements which need to be analyzed to chart a pattern that indicates a movement in the right[...]

TEHRAN — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan visited Iran on August 8 to meet with the newly-elected President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ibrahim Raisi. After the official welcoming ceremony at Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport, the prime[...]

YEREVAN (news.am) — A group of relatives of the prisoners of war (POWs) who are held in the Azerbaijani capital Baku spent the night in front of the main building of the government of Armenia, and they are still there. The relative of[...]

I spent the entire month of June in Armenia. Back home, when friends ask me how I found Armenia, I cannot help but make an analogy by saying, “People are at the last dance on the Titanic.” Before arriving there, I anticipated seeing[...]

The escalation of violence along Armenia’s borders continues. The incursions began on May 12 by Azerbaijani forces in the Syunik region, where around 1,000 soldiers surrounded Sev Lake and they still remain there in violation of[...]

By Joshua Kucera YEREVAN (Eurasianet.org) — Armenia is seeking to deploy Russian border guards along its entire border with Azerbaijan as tensions and violence between the two countries continue to fester. “This would allow the[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — The Armenian authorities deployed scores of security officers on Monday, August 2, to seriously restrict journalists’ freedom of movement inside the parliament building in Yerevan. The unprecedented restrictions were[...]

The drums of war are beating louder and louder for anyone willing to listen. The 44-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan did not end on November 9, 2020. Hostilities were only stopped by a declaration which can amount to a precarious[...]

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[...]