Topic: European Union

The city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan may be distant from Armenia, but it will shape its future, as it has in the past. Samarkand has become the focus of the political world recently. On November 11, it hosted the ninth summit of the[...]

By Alexander E. Gale During a press conference in July, the European Commission’s president, Ursula von der Leyen spoke of the need for the EU to “diversify away from Russia and turn towards more reliable, trustworthy partners.” She[...]

The last month was marked with extensive developments around Armenia – Azerbaijan relations and the Nagorno Karabakh conflict. On September 27, the Secretary of the Armenian security council met with President Aliyev’s top foreign[...]

All indications point to the fact that Turkey and Azerbaijan have found the once-in-a-century opportunity to finish up the grisly job that they had begun 107 years ago. This conclusion should not be construed as an exaggeration in light of[...]

ByAni AvetisyanandIsmi Aghayev The European Union  (EU) will deploy a civilian observer mission to the Armenia–Azerbaijan border, less than a month after a deadly war between the two countries. The agreement was reached at a meeting[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — On Thursday, September 22, the National Association of Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) sponsored a talk by Dr. Yeghishe Kirakosyan about the current sustained attacks against Armenia. Kirakosyan, who was introduced[...]

The European Political Community summit initiated by France took place in Prague on October 6, featured not only the heads of the European Union countries, but a host of others, including Armenia, Turkey and Azerbaijan. Demonstrably,[...]

Armenia is currently in the throes of a dilemma, pondering who will sign the fateful peace treaty with Azerbaijan, which may amputate Armenia’s territory, in exchange for the elusive hope that security may return to its borders.[...]

By David O’Byrne The European Union is hailing a new energy agreement with Azerbaijan that could see the gas-rich Caspian nation double the flow of gas to Europe in five years, part of Brussels’ effort to reduce reliance on Russia.[...]

By Karlen Aslanian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — The European Union is not competing with Russia in its efforts to facilitate a “comprehensive settlement” of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the European Union’s special representative to the[...]