“Our capabilities have changed, as well as our ideas about how to defend the country, we have accumulated experience, and the regional situation has changed” - Deputy defense minister on the need to create an “Armenian model of the militia”
Living in Movses, right on the border with Azerbaijan, is far from safe
The authorities have begun looking into how to totally insulate and isolate the so-called Runet from outside networks
Since 2020, the Bank of Georgia has begun several innovative projects
The safety level of the power station is rated at 3.82 on a four-point scale
Armenia holds security meeting in Karabakh, Azerbaijan flexes its muscles with large military exercises
The Armenian Security Council has held its first ever meeting in Nagorno-Karabakh. Why?
An excursion into some of Baku’s shadier neighborhoods
What has Tbilisi had to offer Abkhazia and South Ossetia in the past six years?
An analysis of the main aspects of Armenia’s energy sector: hydropower, atomic and thermal electricity, with problems and perspectives of regional cooperation
The degree of Russia’s control over the political and economic system has grown to the effect that one may already begin to speak of a de facto occupation of the country
Information on a rare meeting and expert opinions from Baku and Yerevan
Is Azerbaijan trying to obstruct this process using the Karabakh bargaining chip?
Richard Hoagland didn’t say anything new, and his ideas on settling the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was viewed as ones containing provisions that are humiliating for the Armenian side
Though the government can’t produce any clear-cut arguments in favor of the country’s membership, it opts to remain in the union
Inmates go on an indefinite strike
Vigen Sargsyan believes Armenia should be ready to defend itself while enhancing its progress
According to the Armenian media reports, the subversive group’s gear was left in the neutral zone
Armenian National Assembly hasn’t ratified the agreement yet.