Topic: 2020 Artsakh war

Over the years, I have regularly warned about the threats to which Armenia was exposed due to the absence of national cohesion and strategy coupled with an exacerbation of internal[...]

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[...]

By Roland Oliphant YEREVAN (The Telegraph) — He is in the middle of delicate peace talks, trying to please Russia and the West, and sits on a geopolitical fault line[...]

SAN DIMAS, Calif. — When Azerbaijan began their attacks on Armenia in 2020, Vahe Poghosyan was one of many brave young men in Armenia who volunteered to join the Armenian[...]

By Garik Poghosyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator The dissolution of NKR was a major psychological blow to the Armenian people. The decree spelled the end of Armenian hopes pinned on[...]

By Ani Avetisyan As Armenia seeks Western help in coping with the influx of refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh, its relations with Russia continue to deteriorate. Last week Armenian Prime Minister Nikol[...]

WATERTOWN — Ken Dilanian is the justice and intelligence correspondent for NBC News, based in Washington D.C. He will be one of the panel members discussing “Media Coverage of Armenia[...]

By Sona Hovsepyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator GORIS, Armenia — Armen Harutyunyan, a 58-year-old farmer, badly wishes he could visit his former home in Shurnukh in Syunik Province of southern[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Russia denounced on Monday, September 4, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s fresh criticism of Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh and his claims that Moscow is “unwilling or unable” to[...]

By Hrach Melkumian and Ruzanna Stepanian MOSCOW (Azatutyun) — Citing an unnamed state official, Russia’s leading daily, Kommersant, wrote on Friday, August 11, that Moscow had proposed ending the current[...]