For years, many critical books and articles have been written about foreign countries and domestic groups for hiring lobbying firms or making campaign contributions to influence government officials
Last weekend I had the pleasure of seeing Anahid Aramouni Keshishian’s “Geenuh” (The Woman) in which she and Lilit Arakelyan play the parts of older and younger versions of the same woman
Two weeks ago, I reported that former Cong. Dan Burton had resigned as Chairman of the Washington-based Azerbaijan America Alliance because he had not been paid for a year!
No, the title is not some veiled reference to the political climate of the U.S. in these presidential primary days.
Richard Mills, U.S. Ambassador to Armenia, spoke at the Western Prelacy in La Crescenta, California, on March 10, during his tour of Armenian communities throughout the United States to brief them on his diplomatic work in Armenia.
This is about Mills, Ambassador Richard M. Mills, Jr., the ninth U.S. “Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary” to Armenia
Here is news that you don’t hear every day: a former Congressman stops working for a foreign client after not receiving his pay for a year!
There are a few things I’d like to bring up with those who take the trouble to read my articles.
The 10th annual Armenian Music Awards (AMA) program was held on February 27, at the Kremlin’s Kevorkiev Hall in Moscow, with 4,500 guests in attendance.
“Lav, pav, tzav” (OK, enough, pain) is our saying, perhaps somehow equivalent to “jamais deux sans trois” (there’s no two without three) in French.