Topic: Armenia Foreign Policy

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan appears to have acknowledged that Armenia’s deepening ties with the European Union and the United States are causing unease in neighboring Iran. “Our relations[...]

WATERTOWN — The stakes for Armenia seem to be high, less than four years after the disastrous second Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh) war in 2020, this time waged unilaterally and with[...]

LONDON — The new book, A Precarious Armenia:  The Third Republic, the Karabakh Conflict, and Genocide Politics, by Dr. Gerard J. Libaridian, will be published later this month Gomidas Institute.[...]

YEREVAN ( — The Armenian Foreign Ministry issued a statement on the 31st anniversary of the massacre of Armenians in Maragha commemorated on April 10. The full statement is provided[...]

One of the major problems plaguing Armenia’s foreign policy establishment has been the stagnation of the country’s diplomacy leading it towards isolation. Certainly, Armenia has no true friends and trusted[...]

Despite all the internal and external challenges plaguing the country now, Armenia is flexing its nascent diplomatic muscles around the world. In some cases, other countries are approaching Armenia because[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Armenia voiced on Monday, September 14, strong support for Egypt’s position in bitter disputes with Turkey over maritime boundaries in the eastern Mediterranean and the conflict in Libya.[...]

The strategic balance in the Caucasus is undergoing a rapid transformation. Russia is viewed by the West as a shrinking power and that is why NATO and the US have[...]