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Iran · Iran
Will Iran fight Azerbaijan if Baku seeks to invade Syunik?
In the last 10 days, the most discussed issue amongst Armenian media, experts and political circles was the statement of Iran’s Supreme Leader during his meetings with the Russian and Turkish presidents held in Tehran. [...]See the Story
Camp Season in Artsakh
Summer is always about having fun outside away from noisy city life and immersing oneself in nature. Summer camps are the best solution for these getaways. At camp, young people learn to be closer to [...]See the Story
The South Caucasus and the “Great Game” of Energy Security
The Beginning of the Modern “Great Game” in the South Caucasus The “Great Game” was a political and diplomatic confrontation that existed for most of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century [...]See the Story
Latest News Stories
Pashinyan and Erdogan hold first ever phone call
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held their first ever phone conversation on Monday. The leaders “expressed their expectation for the early implementation of the agreements reached during the meeting [...]See the Story
Los Angeles, California · Los Angeles
GALAS Queernissage to celebrate the creativity and artistry of LGBTQ+ Armenians and allies
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—GALAS LGBTQ+ Armenian Society (GALAS) will host its second annual Queernissage: an open air market featuring LGBTQ+ creatives from South West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). The market will take place on Saturday, [...]See the Story
Asia · Turkey
Seven US lobbies slam F-16 sales to Turkey
WASHINGTON, DC – Seven leading US advocacy groups, including the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA), have formally asked leaders of the Senate and House Foreign Affairs Committees and Armed Services Committees to reject a reported [...]See the Story
Nikol Pashinyan · Azerbaijan
Border demarcation has "nothing to do" with Artsakh, Pashinyan says
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that the delimitation of the Armenia-Azerbaijan border will not resolve the Artsakh conflict in a June 13 interview. “The commission for border delimitation has nothing to do with the [...]See the Story
Hamazkayin cultural retreat explores language, storytelling and narrative
BELMONT, Mass.—A small group of students and young professionals from across the US and Canada immersed themselves in the Armenian language during a cultural retreat organized by the Hamazkayin Eastern Region from May 27 to [...]See the Story
Artsakh youth opening new horizons: Part 2
Earlier this year, I introduced you to five young and bright people from Artsakh. The positive feedback motivated me to continue highlighting the youth and share the stories of more inspiring young people from Artsakh. [...]See the Story
Nikol Pashinyan · Azerbaijan
Armenian communities in Lachin to be ceded to Azerbaijan
The town of Lachin and several nearby villages inhabited by Armenians will be ceded to Azerbaijan following the construction of a new route connecting Armenia and Artsakh, according to Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan. Pashinyan [...]See the Story
Beirut · Beirut
Turkish Parliamentarians Paylan, Oruc visit Beirut
HAMRA, Beirut—Two parliamentarians representing the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) of Turkey—Garo Paylan and Tulay Hatimogullari Oruc —met with a group of Lebanese, Kurdish, Palestinian and Armenian intellectuals, researchers and activists at the J Hotel in [...]See the Story