Topic: 2020 Artsakh war

BELMONT, Mass. — On Thursday, March 31, the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) held a virtual panel discussion titled “The Ukraine War and Armenia(ns): Immediate Impacts and Repercussions.” Dr. Vicken[...]

The forthcoming Armenia-Azerbaijan negotiations are the extension of the Armenian-Turkish talks, which started with the assurances that there will be no preconditions. Ankara moved the negotiations to a related field, where pre-conditions[...]

By Dr. Arshavir Gundjian, C.M. The whole world has been watching with utter dismay for over a month the incredible scenes of the devastating war in Ukraine. A peaceful country, with its national identity, history, monuments, and invincible[...]

WATERTOWN — Israeli photojournalist and documentary filmmaker Gilad Sade began visiting Artsakh in 2015, quickly establishing strong friendships with many of its inhabitants living in some of its most remote villages. He was present[...]

By Karolina Pawłowska Special to the Mirror-Spectator Following the recent outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis, even though being highly sympathetic towards the tragic circumstances of the Ukrainian people, I cannot help the overwhelming[...]

YEREVAN — The new book by Turkologist and journalist Sofia Hakobyan, titled  Dzayn Hadruti , was published by the Gevorg Virats Publishing House recently. It comprises the memories and experiences of the Armenians of the Hadrut region,[...]

YEREVAN — Ambiguity lends a special quality to art. Not ambiguity as attempted deception, but as an invitation to explore what is unstated, merely hinted, or lends itself to multiple, even contradictory interpretations. An exhibition[...]

WASHINGTON — Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr.’s (NJ-06) amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) passed the US House of Representatives on Friday, December 10. The amendment would help advance human rights around the world by[...]