Topic: International Relations

STEPANAKERT – David (Davit) Babayan is a familiar figure to those interested in the Artsakh Republic or Nagorno Karabakh. He has held various Artsakh government positions since 2000 and since 2013 has often acted as a governmental[...]

By Vahan Zanoyan The devastating defeat of Armenia and Artsakh in the 44-day war has understandably led to an avalanche of analyses, controversy, finger pointing, misinformation and a never-ending cycle of blame and counter-blame. Having[...]

By Jirair Libaridian We are living through a very difficult period in our history. From September 27 to November 10 our army fought a ferocious war, and suffered a significant defeat with enormous consequences. Before we can find a way out[...]

Turkey’s foreign policy emanates from and is shaped by its geostrategic position, which has helped that country to play antagonistic and regional world powers against one another. That policy is not President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s[...]

YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — Jordan’s King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein Al Hashimi, on his first visit to Armenia beginning on Tuesday, February 11, spoke of similarities between his country and Armenia, voiced support for closer[...]

ROME (Armenpress) — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who went to Italy on an official visit, held high-level talks in Rome with Prime Minister of Italy Giuseppe Conte on November 22. The meeting of the Prime Ministers of Armenia and Italy[...]