Topic: Russian invasion of Ukraine 2022

WATERTOWN — The stakes for Armenia seem to be high, less than four years after the disastrous second Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh) war in 2020, this time waged unilaterally and with[...]

YEREVAN (JAM News) — Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, in an interview with CNN Prima News on June 1, talked about the country’s geographic and geopolitical problems, and the need[...]

BERLIN — The war in Ukraine has annihilated human lives and homes, entire cities and their infrastructure, economic activity, places of worship and every other institution of social existence. Civilians[...]

Turkey’s authoritarian president, who plays hardball in domestic and regional politics, has decided to use the same tactics against its Western allies. Turkey has accumulated various grievances against its NATO[...]

By Alan Whitehorn In recent years, April has often been described as the month of genocidal mourning for Armenians, Jews and Rwandans. Today we read the stark headlines and watch[...]

By Jon Schwarz If there is one thing we can say for sure about the governments of the US and Europe, it’s that they sound upset about Russia’s brutalization of[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — On Thursday, March 31, the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) held a virtual panel discussion titled “The Ukraine War and Armenia(ns): Immediate Impacts and[...]

The forthcoming Armenia-Azerbaijan negotiations are the extension of the Armenian-Turkish talks, which started with the assurances that there will be no preconditions. Ankara moved the negotiations to a related field,[...]

By Fehim Tastekin ISTANBUL (Al-Monitor) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seems to have returned buoyed from the March 24 NATO summit in Brussels, hoping that the Russian war against[...]

When people are confronted with crises, with impossible outcomes in sight, they resort to escapism as a defense mechanism, to avoid dealing with that harsh reality. Karabakh faces just such[...]