For years and years, since the 1994 Artsakh-Azerbaijan ceasefire, the Azeris have been violating that very same cease fire.
No doubt the editors at “Time” magazine are gearing up to choose their person/people of the year.
Two weeks ago I had the honor of attending a friend’s daughter’s bat-mitzvah. That’s the coming of age ritual for Jewish girls.
Yes, it’s coming, an unnecessary election designed to serve the interests of one party (at best) and more realistically, one megalomaniac.
Was anyone surprised when, last week, Turkey bombed Kurdish targets in Iraq and Turkey itself to “fight ISIS”… in Syria?
It all started with “Electric Yerevan” and its demonstrations opposing the third time utility rates were being jacked up in four years.
The election in the 43rd California State Assembly district for its delegates to the California Democratic Party’s convention yielded very positive results for the Armenian community
What do these numbers have to do with one another? Believe it or not they’re all about an election,
Jason Katz’s “Impediments to regional development in the South Caucasus” , which Appeared in “Congress blog” on “The Hill” website, leaves the (informed) reader with the impression that the only impeded development exits in the author’s mind
Electric Yerevan; Kamp Armen. These two recent Armenian mini-movements have gotten quite a bit of (well-deserved) attention.