Topic: Artsakh status

Since the end of the first Artsakh war, when negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan began, it became clear that the parties would not be able to agree on the most[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Nagorno-Karabakh agreed to disband its armed forces and discuss its “reintegration” into Azerbaijan as part of a Russian-brokered ceasefire announced on Wednesday, September 20, 24 hours after[...]

Editorial Note: A conference called Republic of Artsakh: The Imperative of International Recognition took place on February 24-25 at Yerevan’s Mesrop Mashtots Matenadaran , with the participation of[...]

On February 18, after the three-month break, Armenia and Azerbaijan resumed negotiations at the Munich Security Conference. The meeting was initiated by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who took[...]

Azerbaijan’s blockade of the Lachin corridor and the emerging humanitarian crisis in the self-proclaimed Nagorno Karabakh Republic highlighted the immediate challenges faced by Nagorno Karabakh Armenians. The lack of basic[...]

By Dr. Arshavir Gundjian, C.M. Special to the Mirror-Spectator and Abaka It is time for Artsakh and Armenians around the world to wake up and realize that somehow the Lachin[...]

By Davit Safaryan Special to the Mirror-Spectator The main question raised by Armenians in Armenia and the diaspora is what fate awaits the Artsakh Armenians after the 44-day war. The[...]

STEPANAKERT — On May 28, the anniversary of the First Armenian Republic, the people of Artsakh stood together to voice their discontent with their country’s current state and prevent possible[...]

YEREVAN (ArmenPress) — Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan on May 28 referred to the statement of Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev that there is no Nagorno Karabakh, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is resolved,[...]

The catastrophic aftermath of the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War has brought tremendous sense of loss to all Armenians, and many things remain broken since then. I have never, in the past[...]