Topic: Lachin

By Vahan Zanoyan International and pan-Armenian attention is currently understandably focused on opening the Lachin Corridor, since that constitutes the immediate and most visible mitigation of an unsustainable situation for the population[...]

NEW YORK (Combined Sources) — The Armenian government downplayed on August 21 the United Nations Security Council’s failure to formally demand an end to Azerbaijan’s blockade of Nagorno-Karabakh as a result of an emergency meeting[...]

STEPANAKERT (Caucasus Watch) — Caucasus Watch’s Ilya Roubanis met with Ruben Vardanyan on two separate occasions, in July and August 2023 to speak with the former State Minister of Nagorno Karabakh about the blockade that has disrupted[...]

By Ardem Patapoutian and Vicken Cheterian We are both Armenians born in Beirut who met some 50 years ago in kindergarten. We grew up in war-torn Lebanon, embedded in a bubble of Armenian language, school, and culture. We immigrated to the[...]

WASHINGTON — On August 16, U.S. Senators Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) and Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, sent a letter to United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations Linda[...]

A century ago, when the Young Turk regime committed genocide against the Armenians and other Christian minorities, Germany, its wartime ally, could have intervened, but did not. Single individuals, like Johannes Lepsius, Consul Walter[...]

By Vic Gerami LOS ANGELES — On October 13, the Center for Truth and Justice (CFTJ) will hold its third annual gala, titled “Raise Their Voices: Break the Blockade” in Los Angeles, with guest of honor Garo Paylan. CFTJ was established[...]

By Varouj Vartanian Special to the Mirror-Spectator On September 27, 2020, Azerbaijan invaded the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh), which is an enclave inside Azerbaijan that is inhabited by 120,000 Armenians. In 1991 after[...]

By Dr. Hayk Kotanjian and Dr. Arthur Atanesyan Azerbaijan’s blockage of the sole route connecting Armenia to Nagorno-Karabakh is causing significant hindrance to the delivery of essential supplies, including food and medical resources,[...]

YEREVAN ( — According to the information received by the Human Rights Defender’s Office and the research conducted by its Staff, a resident of Stepanakert, K. Hovhannisyan, born in 1983, died  this week as a result of[...]