Topic: Karabakh war 2020

After the September 13 Azerbaijani aggression against Amenia, fresh graves are being dug at Yerablur Memorial Military Cemetery and more families are grieving the losses of 207 soldiers and civilians. Now, the battlefield has shifted to[...]

PARIS (Public Radio of Armenia) — Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and French President Emmanuel Macron met on September 26 at the Élysée Palace. After the welcoming ceremony, before starting the meeting, the leaders of the two countries[...]

By Robert Zargarian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Avoiding another confrontation with angry parents of fallen soldiers, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and other senior officials did not visit Armenia’s main military cemetery on Tuesday to mark[...]

By Arto Manoukian Special to the Mirror-Spectator/Abaka YEREVAN — Some people gather and organize rallies. Others respond to the call for the defense of their endangered homeland, where the enemy is standing armed and ready at the[...]

It seems that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has become the Biden Administration’s foreign policy point guard to taunt bullies in the international arena. Her trip to Taiwan in August, challenging China’s ambitions with regard to that[...]

LOS ANGELES — In collaboration with the Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region (ANCA-WR), the Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA will host Davit Babayan, PhD, the foreign minister of the Republic of Artsakh, for a[...]

YEREVAN — The Republic of Armenia’s first High Commissioner for Diaspora Zareh Sinanyan has one great advantage: he understands both the diaspora and Armenia, the two entities (which along with Artsakh) make up the Armenian nation. He[...]

ANN ARBOR, MI — Since the autumn of 2020, the effects of the 44-Day War and its aftermath have reverberated throughout the Armenian world. While locals in Armenia were concerned with the direct threat of Azerbaijani aggression, Diasporan[...]

YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — A senior American diplomat has met with Armenia’s leaders in Yerevan less than three weeks after being appointed as the new US co-chair of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Minsk Group[...]

One of the major problems plaguing Armenia’s foreign policy establishment has been the stagnation of the country’s diplomacy leading it towards isolation. Certainly, Armenia has no true friends and trusted allies, as proven by the[...]