Recently, Armenia has received a significant number of reassurances of the EU's readiness to assist its development. What does it mean for the country's future and ties with Russia?
Armine Martirosyan, Yerevan
Armine Martirosyan tells Trajectories project about her police baton and the symbolic role it played in both the first and the second Karabakh wars
As the new parliament has been elected in Armenia. experts are assessing the implications of the elections and the country's future prospects
The early June 20 elections raise many questions. Many even doubt whether they will take place. Clarifications from political observer Hakob Badalyan
The acute political crisis in Armenia is only deepening. Analysis of the situation from the director of the Caucasus Institute, political scientist Alexander Iskandaryan
According to the draft submitted to the parliament, the Armenian will retain the status of the state, the Russian will receive "functions that serve the literary and scientific needs of society."
Experts believe that this is a deliberate move, since the "revolutionary prime minister" Pashinyan sees the weakness of his competitors in the street struggle. On the political situation in the country
How can the format of the negotiations on the Karabakh settlement change, can the role of the West increase, can the course of Armenia's foreign policy change - Andrias Ghukasyan's opinion
Detailed analysis of the political situation in the country after the end of hostilities in Karabakh from the director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan
On November 10, Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan signed an agreement on the cessation of hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh. What does this agreement imply and what can we expect from it – opinion of Armenian political experts
"Azerbaijan offers Armenians cultural autonomy, and to wipe them off the face of the earth" – Armenian political scientist
On the war in Karabakh, the balance of forces of the conflicting sides and what victory means for each of them. Opinion of the Director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan
According to the estimations of the Public Defender of Nagorno-Karabakh, approximately 90,000 people have been forcefully displaced. Part of them moved to safer places within Karabakh, others have gone to Armenia
Is it possible to resolve the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, is it possible to recognize its independence, will peacekeepers be deployed here - Op-Ed of the Director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan
Armenian political scientist Alexander Iskandaryan talks about the military confrontation in Karabakh, Russia's position and the possible outcome of the war
The peak of the coronavirus epidemic in the country has passed, but the disease continues to spread. Many schools do not have basic hygienic conditions.
Former advisor to the Armenian defense minister and military expert David Jamalyan gives his opinion to JAMnews
The opposition assesses the attempts of the ‘revolutionary’ government of Armenia to strengthen the sovereignty of the country and resist external pressure as ‘anti-Russian’
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