According to political scientist Gurgen Simonyan, the opposition may have different motives for returning to parliament - from internal political calculations to fulfilling an order from outside
The Resistance movement, which has resumed activities in the streets, believes that negotiations on the resolution of Armenian-Azerbaijani relations should be held "in the Yerevan-Moscow-Baku triangle"
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
“Any alternative to peace will be disastrous - both for Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia. And, of course, we cannot allow this to happen” - PM Pashinyan's address to the Armenian Parliament
Armenian opposition's program and proposals - what steps the oppositionists intend to take in the event of the resignation of the current government, as well as an expert opinion on their program
Armenian opposition begins struggle to overthrow Pashinyan. The opposition announced that from Monday, April 25, it will start a series of permanent street actions
President of Armenia resigns, claims that this is not an emotionally-driven decision, cites lack of influence, being targeted by various political groups
Former Armenian Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian presented his article "Imperative of the Negotiating Agenda" assessing the settlement of the Karabakh conflict
As the new parliament has been elected in Armenia. experts are assessing the implications of the elections and the country's future prospects
Snap parliamentary elections in Armenia is what the authorities and opposition consider the only way out of the political crisis that followed the country's defeat in the second Karabakh war
A pre-election puzzle is taking shape in Armenia. The alignment of the forces that announced their participation cannot please voters - they will have to choose from the "current" and "former"
"Iskander missile systems did not explode or only exploded by ten percent," Nikol Pashinyan said on a local news site with a pro-Western bias.
Armenian experts and social media users commented on the interview of ex-President Serzh Sargsyan, which was shown on one of the local TV channels for two days in a row
Serzh Sargsyan criticized the current authorities for two days in a row. Now he said that even half of the Armenian army did not participate in the war, and the Iskander was not used at the main stage of the war.
Sargsyan presented the details of the negotiation process on Karabakh, in which he himself participated, refuting the statements of the current prime minister about the mistakes made at that time
It took place in 2016 between the Presidents of Armenia and Belarus. Serzh Sargsyan's office refuses to comment on the conversation "in a closed format", but does not deny the authenticity of the recording
For three hours, Serzh Sargsyan answered journalist's questions on the circumstances of the war in April 2016
Serzh Sargsyan spoke about the April 2016 war and promised to organize an in-person press conference after the state of emergency is lifted