Topic: Geopolitics

YEREVAN (Azg) — The Future Armenian Convention assembled around 200 participants under the same roof for three days, from March 10 to 12, of which 100 were from different communities[...]

The 2007-2008 world financial crisis triggered discussions about the inevitable decline of the post-Cold War unipolar order, marked by absolute US hegemony. The Arab Spring, the 2014 Ukraine crisis, the[...]

By Dr. Arshavir Gundjian C.M. It may be an understatement to say that the Armenian world is currently overwhelmed by the daily developments at the level of an existential crisis[...]

The 2020 Nagorno Karabakh war has significantly changed the balance of power in the South Caucasus, increasing the role and influence of Turkey. The direct involvement of Turkey in the[...]

A cloak-and-dagger story is currently unfolding in and around Armenia, as the security chiefs of three major powers have visited Yerevan in quick succession. First came Ali Shamkhani, the secretary[...]

The shock of the grave Armenian defeat in the 2020 Artsakh war has naturally led to various efforts to figure out what went wrong and perhaps more importantly, what Armenians[...]

BERLIN — As the tensions between Azerbaijan and Armenia escalated in Summer 2020, it became clear to some think tanks and specialists in Germany that this was a kind of[...]

In his heyday, Georgia’s former president, Mikheil Saakashvili, made a hostile statement impacting Armenia during an official visit to Baku, the Azeri capital. He said, “Azerbaijan’s enemy is Georgia’s enemy.”[...]