Armenia is not doomed!

“Our historical lands are the Erivan khanate (i.e. Yerevan), the Goycha (i.e. Lake Sevan) and Zangezur (i.e. Syunik) Mahals. The time will come when we will live there. I believe in and


Armenia’s five challenges to recovery

After three decades of independence following the collapse of the Soviet Union, tiny Armenia faces a plethora of challenges, not least because of hostile intentions from its neighbours. With limited natural resources


Cyprus, Greece, Armenia sign defence pact

A tripartite defence cooperation programme was signed by the military delegations of Cyprus, Greece and Armenia in Yerevan, according to the Cypriot National Guard. The Tripartite Defence Cooperation Programme includes joint exercises,


Is Turkish foreign policy changing?

The news that Turkey and Armenia had a first round of talks in Moscow to establish diplomatic relations and open their borders reminded me of the phrase “a wind of change” used


Armenian genocide remembered

April 24 marks the day when a growing number of nations and their people acknowledge the massacre of 1.5 mln Armenians in 1915 as being an act of Genocide. Worldwide, it is


Russia imposes ‘painful’ deal on Armenia

Russia started deploying peacekeepers to the war-ravaged enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, also known as Artsakh, after imposing a ceasefire on Armenian forces to withdraw from positions claimed by arch-enemy Azerbaijan and bombed since