“The process Armenia's liberation from the Russian Federation has begun. And it cannot happen without the support of the West,” political analyst Hovsep Khurshudyan maintains, concerning the working trips of two Armenian ministers - one to Russia, the other to the United States.
The political landscape Armenia is becoming more acute and dangerous. Commentary by political scientist Alexander Iskandaryan on how adequately the country is responding to the crisis
Tigran Avinyan told reporters that in fall the parliament will consider a draft to tighten access to fireworks
Armenian authorities say that the alternative road "will not be inferior to the Lachin corridor in any respect"
Personal assistants will be provided at first only to those who need it most, about 2,450 people; and it will cost the state about $12 million.
Shelling in Karabakh and gunfire at the Armenian-Azerbaijani border. What's happening? Opinions from Yerevan
Analysts do not consider the escalation accidental, tying it to Baku’s dissatisfaction with the negotiation process, and believe it to be directed against the activity of the West in the region
Indian media report on a possible deal, the Armenian Defense Ministry refrains from commenting, military experts also consider them premature
If you’re soaked from head to foot, don’t get angry – instead give thanks for the blessing. JAMnews in Yerevan on Vardavar
“I am not satisfied, but there is progress”: Armenian Prime Minister on reforms in the judicial system
Prime Minister of Armenia assesses legal reforms in the country. A new strategy for judicial and legal reforms is adopted together with an action plan
Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia makes a statement regarding the withdrawal of the Armenian Armed Forces from Nagorno-Karabakh.
“Are Washington and Moscow watching?” Visits of the heads of US and Russian special services to Yerevan
Why did the Heads of the US and Russian special services Burns and Naryshkin visit Yerevan within several days of each other?
“Perhaps a document will be signed in Brussels” - why EU Special Representative visits South Caucasus
What is the purpose of Toivo Klaar's visit to Yerevan? Some experts believe that the EU Special Representative in the South Caucasus is trying to organize regular Armenian-Azerbaijani talks
Freedom House Address to the Prime Minister of Armenia: the international human rights has welcomed the decision to decriminalize grave insults, but called for the resumption of in-person press conferences
On July 5, Armenia celebrates Constitution Day. On that day, PM Pashinyan pledged more reforms to Constitution, which has already been amended twice - in 2005 and 2015
The fourth meeting of Armenian -Turkish special representatives has shed some light on the ongoing process of normalization of the Armenian-Turkish relations - so what to expect next?
Armenian opposition MPs have been removed from their positions in Parliament for 'failure to fulfill their obligations' and absence from the majority of the recent sessions
For the first time in Armenia, a woman, became the Prosecutor General, despite her previous position as PM Pashinyan's legal aide, which made many doubt her impartiality
Tourism on the rise in Armenia despite instability in the region. More foreign tourists visit the country, and Armenian residents choose domestic tourism over vacation spots abroad