Topic: Shushi

The city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan may be distant from Armenia, but it will shape its future, as it has in the past. Samarkand has become the focus of the political world recently. On November 11, it hosted the ninth summit of the[...]

STEPANAKERT (Azatutyun) — Armenia’s government and parliament sent official delegations to Stepanakert on Friday, September 2, for official ceremonies to mark the 31st anniversary of the establishment of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. The[...]

STEPANAKERT (Panarmenian) – Mikael Arzumanyan, who was appointed commander of the Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army during the 44-day war, has been detained on charges of negligence, the Investigative Committee of Armenia reports. According[...]

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has repeatedly announced that the Karabakh conflict is over because Baku has solved it through brute force. Azerbaijani officials, in their turn, never miss the opportunity to reiterate what their[...]

By Sargis Harutyunyan YEREVAN (Azatutyun/News.am) — Azerbaijan has condemned the US and French ambassadors in Baku for declining to join other foreign diplomats in visiting the Karabakh town of Shushi (Shusha) captured by the Azerbaijani[...]

WASHINGTON — In the 2021 Report on International Religious Freedom the US Department of State documents Azerbaijan’s ongoing destruction of Armenian monuments and refers to the attempts to “Albanize” the Armenian heritage in[...]

NEW YORK — When war strikes, we watch television or read the newspaper, hearing about attacks, geopolitics, international relations, and intervention by world powers. The 44-day war in Artsakh was no different. Among footage of[...]

President Ilham Aliyev held an international conference titled, “South Caucasus: Development and Cooperation,” on April 29, 2022 in Baku, Azerbaijan, with 40 participants from 23 countries. The conference lasted over three hours, with[...]

SHUSHI (PanARMENIAN.Net) — Shushi, the historic Armenian city in Nagorno-Karabakh, which came under Azerbaijan’s control in the war in fall 2020, has been declared the “cultural capital of the Turkic world” for 2023, Caspian[...]

By Éric Denécé Journalist and essayist Tigran Yegavian has just published in French a new book, Géopolitique de l’Arménie , published by Bibliomonde (2022), which is a reference book presenting a critical look at the geostrategic[...]