Topic: 2020 Artsakh war aftermath

By Ani Avetisyan Armenia and Azerbaijan are engaged in a convoluted peace process in the Caucasus. But they are still tangled in a bitter fight in The Hague. Over several[...]

By Brawley Benson Italy is emerging as a new player in South Caucasus geopolitics, providing backing for Azerbaijan amid the European Union’s efforts to broker a durable peace between Baku[...]

WASHINGTON ( — The United States is “happy” to play whatever role it can to facilitate the dialogue between Armenia and Azerbaijan, State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said on April[...]

YEREVAN — Accomplishing mental balance and inner peace is much more challenging when navigating historical trauma, which passes through generations, over and over in a vicious circle. In order to[...]

BRUSSELS (Public Radio of Armenia) —  A roundtable discussion titled “The Geopolitical Developments in the South Caucasus: Focus on Armenia and Artsakh took place at the Belgian Senate.” The event,[...]

BERLIN/FRANKFURT — After massive intimidation efforts by Azerbaijani organizations and the ambassador in Berlin, the hybrid book presentation of The Cultural Heritage of Artsakh will only take place digitally, instead[...]

PTGHNI, Armenia — “Karabakh was sold. I blame the former and current authorities for that, but first of all I blame so called our ally Russia. They sold Karabakh now[...]

LONDON ( — Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, met with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, the leader of the Church of England, during his visit to[...]

YEREVAN (Jam News) — “In 2024 Armenia will face not only threats from Azerbaijan, but also the threat of losing or breaking off relations with Russia. Undoubtedly, the country will face[...]

By Vahan Zanoyan “One need not destroy one’s enemy. One need only destroy his will to engage.” ― Sun Tzu, 544-496 BC, Chinese General and military strategist, author of The Art[...]