Topic: End of Artsakh

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[...]

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[...]

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — The greater New Britain community had a special opportunity to learn more about the crisis in Artsakh on November 29 at a forum hosted by South[...]

BAKU (AP) — Hundreds of Azerbaijani soldiers paraded on November 8 through Stepanakert, now named Khankendi, the capital city of Karabakh, that came under full control of Azerbaijan in September[...]

International news attests to the blatant injustices and the end of an international legal order built in the aftermath of the disasters and atrocities of World War II. Major powers,[...]

By Lilit Shahverdyan In a cabinet session on October 26, the Armenian government approved the creation of a “temporary protected status” for displaced persons from Nagorno-Karabakh. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan[...]

Resorting to falsifications and to distortions seems to have become standard behavior for the Turkish government. Despite overwhelming documentation, Turkey continues to deny the 1915-1919 Genocide of Armenians perpetrated at[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan says Yerevan and Baku are working on a peace deal that could be signed “in the coming months.” Speaking on October 26[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Samvel Shahramanyan, the exiled president of Nagorno-Karabakh, appeared to backtrack on his decision to dissolve the unrecognized republic as he was confronted by angry Karabakh refugees in[...]

Azerbaijan’s president traveled to the former de facto capital of the now-defunct Nagorno-Karabakh Republic on October 15. Baku established full control over the region in a lightning military operation on[...]