Commentary by political commentator Hakob Badalyan on the regional situation, the interests of major players and their expectations from Armenia, the risks of starting a war, and relations with the West and Russia
Political observer Hakob Badalyan believes that Azerbaijan is trying to solve its main task - "to dictate its own agenda and its own conditions for the peace process"
"We believe that the peacekeeping mission should remain here indefinitely, as the conflict has not been resolved" - statement by the State Minister of the unrecognized NKR
How can Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh be saved? Experts believe that it is necessary to carry out a fundamental political assessment of the current situation and form a new political agenda, but this will take time
A rally in support of Russia in Yerevan, which has gone largerly unnoticed in Armenia, has sparked outrage and debates outside the country
In recent weeks, tensions in Nagorno-Karabakh have increased significantly. Armenian experts discuss what the ongoing escalation could mean for the country
Armenia is balancing between Russia and the West and the Ukrainian crisis has further exacerbated this situation. Experts from Armenia discuss the country's prospects and possible strategies for development
President Lukashenko's criticism of Armenia has sparked outrage in the country. Belarusian President, in an interview that 'no one cares about Armenia, it has nowhere to run'
The July flare up ‘froze’ the negotiation process – Armenian experts on border fighting with Azerbaijan
Adviser to the President of Nagorno-Karabakh David Babayan and political observer Hakob Badalyan answered JAMnews’ questions