Politics in Armenia
Why did Armenia prefer the Indian market, what exactly did it acquire, how profitable was the deal?
In a public broadcast, the Prime Minister of Armenia touched upon almost all the problems important to the country and society, not avoiding painful topics
Deputy Speaker of the Parliament Ruben Rubinyan believes that Pashinyan stated facts that indicate the need to revise the "security architecture of the last 30 years"
“The differences are quite serious,” ex-president Robert Kocharyan said of the future of Armenia as envisioned by its former leaders
Most Armenian experts believe that the West will not sell weapons to Armenia. And the problem is not Armenia's membership in the CSTO, but Turkey's membership in NATO
Political processes in Armenia have greatly intensified after hostilities on the border on September 13-14, with Armenia questioning its place in the CSTO.
According to the prime minister, the independence referendum never ended, and Armenians must again "say yes" to independence, sovereignty and democracy.
The Office of the Human Rights Defender published an extraordinary report on the consequences of hostilities on the Armenian border. The report presents cases of torture of Armenian prisoners of war, abuse of the bodies of the dead, destruction of civilian infrastructure, and shelling of hospitals, schools and kindergartens.
According to political scientist Areg Kochinyan, Armenia must determine its priorities in foreign policy, otherwise it will lose the opportunity to make an independent choice.
The visit takes place at a difficult time for Armenia, when its strategic ally Russia and partners in the CSTO military bloc refuse to render assistance
"Everything depends on Moscow and Baku" - the opinion of an Armenian political scientist on the future of Nagorno-Karabakh
The reaction in Nagorno-Karabakh to Pashinyan’s statement about his readiness to sign some kind of document with Azerbaijan, as well as the opinion of an expert
Opposition deputies did not appear at the first meeting; instead they organized an extra-parliamentary discussion on the topic “Armenia's Real Agenda”
“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 reaction of the Ombudsman, the ruling party, human rights activists and residents of the country to the proposal of the Prosecutor General to restore the death penalty
Diplomatic statements by Yerevan and Moscow on the 25th anniversary of the cooperation agreement, as well as analysts' comments on the document and Armenian-Russian relations
“The rich don't have to serve in the army?” - a new project of the Armenian Defense Ministry under scrutiny
One provision of the law, according to which a conscript will have to serve in the army for only four and a half months if he pays 24 million drams (almost $60 thousand) to the state budget, has come under scrutiny.
Political observer Tatul Hakobyan talks about Armenia's proposal to replace the Zangezur corridor.
Nikol Pashinyan's speech on the anniversary of Armenian independence has raised questions from the public and political analysts