14:52 | January 12, 2017
The Co-chairs, by neglecting the causes and only looking at the effects and proposing situational solutions, are continuing their failed and dangerous tactics. In this light, they assume full responsibility for any possible future warfare and for any possible flare-up along the Line of Contact.
19:13 | December 30, 2016
The struggle of Garni residents for Azat River was one of the most important events in 2016. The two- year struggle came to a solution on May 21, 2016 when Hovik Abrahamyan, the Prime Minister of the Republic, met with the residents of Garni, who had blocked Garni-Yerevan road for saving River Azat and announced: “Kaghtsrashen Gravity Scheme is cancelled, the construction is stopped and the construction machinery is withdrawn from Azat Gorge.”
20:50 | December 20, 2016
International transport corridors play a decisive role in cooperation and development of the included states. Such corridors are development axes for certain geo-economic spaces.
13:13 | December 10, 2016
On this day in 1948, the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a landmark document that spelled out for the first time those fundamental human rights that deserve protection in every country, by every government.
14:56 | December 8, 2016
Trendy terminology, names and standards of international financial institutions cannot be a safeguard against the abovementioned unmanageable risks of Amulsar project. Lydian itself avoids speaking about the serious shortcomings of its project and tries to shift the conversation towards other less significant points.
15:52 | November 25, 2016
If true, and if one of the marks of being a colony is the proliferation of signs in the language of the colonizer, then Armenia is surely a colony of Great Britain or the USA, and not Russia, as argued by these nationalists.
13:38 | November 15, 2016
Eco-education and raising awareness about the environment and possible solutions. These were the objectives of the SunChild 6th International Environmental Festival held in Yerevan from November 11-14.
18:02 | November 14, 2016
The key issue of negotiations over Nagorno-Karabakh (hereinafter NK) conflict settlement is the status of the disputed region, which must be resolved on the basis of the right of nations to self-determination. In this regard, many experts and politicians point out the mechanism of resolution of the Kosovo conflict as precedential for the determination of the NK status .
17:53 | November 10, 2016
In 2001, the Arab director Mustapha Aouar, from France, came up with the idea to expose some conflicts and disasters from around the world and do it by means of short, seven-minute theatrical performances on a very small stage.
21:46 | November 8, 2016
Thank you, commentators, for your remarks. I appreciate them and take them seriously. I am surprised by the unanimous disapproval, but not much. I’ve seen this sort of thing before.
13:11 | October 31, 2016
Some of the loudest opposition voices in Yerevan these days make a great show of hating everything Russian, and their hatred has become frenzied. Most readers are probably aware of this, but those who still need convincing need only take a moment to peruse the relevant online news sources, or to recall the rants from Opera Square last summer, where, for example, one speaker proclaimed that there is no anti-Russian measure that would be too extreme for Armenians to take.
13:18 | October 11, 2016
Who would have thought that Your Holiness above all people in Armenia would be the architect of curbing higher education or children. It has been officially announced to the students of the Armenian College by Rev. Father MovsesSargsyan, manager of the school, that the boys will have to return to Armenia once they complete class X, to serve in the Armed forces of Armenia. Until now the students were given the opportunity to complete class X and XII and go to college or get vocational training. This would groom them for their adult life.
15:07 | August 2, 2016
Maybe Sargsyan just doesn’t care what people think of him. It could also be that he and his cronies live in a world so far removed from the trials and tribulations of the common-folk, that they really can’t see beyond their villas and the walls of the presidential palace.
23:10 | July 24, 2016
According to the July 23 press reports, the hostage takers who call themselves Sasna Dzrer have released the last of the police officers held in Yerevan’s Erebouni district police station.
Opinion Armenia: Where is Our “Left"?
23:27 | June 17, 2016
The level of political debate in Armenia is worse than a joke. What we hear for the most part are the old free market fairy tales and jumbled-up NGO jargon, combined with a noxious mixture of nationalistic emotionalism, Turk-hate demagoguery, conspiracy theories, and Russo phobia.
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