“The differences are quite serious,” ex-president Robert Kocharyan said of the future of Armenia as envisioned by its former leaders
“Jermuk is not a military town, Jermuk is a hospitable, quiet place where people greet even strangers on the street”
According to the Prime Minister of Armenia, the reason for further escalation may also be the fact that "there was no proper reaction of the regional power structures" to Azerbaijan's actions
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev spoke of the conditions under which Armenia could have avoided the second Karabakh war
The visit of US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to Yerevan almost immediately after the fighting on the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia did not go unnoticed in Azerbaijan.
According to political scientist Areg Kochinyan, Armenia must determine its priorities in foreign policy, otherwise it will lose the opportunity to make an independent choice.
"Everything depends on Moscow and Baku" - the opinion of an Armenian political scientist on the future of Nagorno-Karabakh
The reaction in Nagorno-Karabakh to Pashinyan’s statement about his readiness to sign some kind of document with Azerbaijan, as well as the opinion of an expert
Azerbaijan explains the actions of its military as an answer to provocations by Armenia and the desire to create a buffer zone along the border with Armenia to oppose provocations in the future.
Armenian analysts believe that Baku has long been preparing grounds for another military escalation and thus intends to wrest certain concessions from Armenia
Late evening on September 8, official confirmation was received that Azerbaijan had returned the prisoners. The National Security Service of Armenia published their names.
According to political scientist Suren Surenyants, the businessman did not make the decision to move to Nagorno-Karabakh alone. Surenyants posits that Moscow may be behind the move.
A detailed analysis of what is happening in the region, the main "players" and their interests, and assumptions about how events may develop.
How Armenia reacted to Aliyev's statement, and the comments of analysts from Yerevan.
303 people are still considered missing after the war in Karabakh, Armenian Ombudsman Kristine Grigoryan said on the International Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearances
Quickened Armenian-Azerbaijani negotiations by the end of August have caused alarm in Armenia, citizens fearing another concessions to Azerbaijan.
According to Azerbaijani political scientist Elkhan Shahinoglu, sooner or later the ambassadors of both countries will have to visit both Shusha and Lachin. Former US Ambassador to Baku thinks otherwise
The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry stated that attempts to "revive" the inactive OSCE Minsk Group may lead to the US moving away from the process of normalizing Azerbaijani-Armenian relations
Political observer Tatul Hakobyan talks about Armenia's proposal to replace the Zangezur corridor.
According to an Azerbaijani expert, the Minsk Group has outlived its usefulness in mediating between Azerbaijan and Armenia
Armenia and Azerbaijan interpret the status of these people differently. According to one expert, Russia is closer to Azerbaijan on the issue
Armenian authorities say that the alternative road "will not be inferior to the Lachin corridor in any respect"
"We are serious about the process of normalizing relations" - Press Secretary of the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry
"Azerbaijan does not want more pretend-negotiations with Armenia," Leyla Abdullayeva said.