Armenia

10 February 2017
‘Is What We Do Immoral?’

Sex workers, NGOs, lawyers and doctors debate the pros and cons of legalizing prostitution in the South Caucasus. From Meydan TV. 

By Gunel Movlud, Edita Badasyan, and Gayane Mkrtchyan
 
9 February 2017
Armenia: Before the Gold Rush

A British mining company has struck gold in southern Armenia. What’s in it for the locals? From openDemocracy.

By Peter Liakhov
 
3 February 2017
Dialing Up the Diaspora

After years of promises, Armenia’s leadership President Serzh Sargsyan says it’s high time to get Armenians abroad more involved in development policy, but will the diaspora even be interested? 

By JAMnews
 
18 January 2017
How to Save Armenfilm

A group of young people have united around the idea of reviving Armenia’s once renowned but now run-down studio, but it won’t be easy. 

By JAMnews
 
5 January 2017
Boosting Female Presence in the Armenian Military Premium

Going against established gender roles, the Armenian army's initiative to include women in its ranks proved a success. From EurasiaNet.org. 

By Emil Danielyan
 
30 November 2016
The Armenians of Aleppo

As the crisis in Syria continues to escalate, thousands of Syrian Armenians have been seeking shelter in their historical motherland. 

 
30 November 2016
Moscow, Yerevan Deepen Military Cooperation Premium

Agreement marks latest Kremlin move to boost its military presence in the restive South Caucasus.

 
8 October 2016
Double Discrimination
Despite high rates of social stigma, and reduced access to education, disabled Armenian girls and women are striving for a better life.
By epress.am
 
8 September 2016
Armenian Premier Steps Down Premium

Analysts say the economic slowdown, worsening relations with Azerbaijan, and rising domestic discontent are putting the government under severe pressure to reform.

 

12 August 2016
Armenia’s Crisis and the Legacy of Victory Premium

More than 20 years after it ended, Armenia is still experiencing the burden of victory in the war over Nagorno Karabakh. From openDemocracy.

By Tom de Waal
 

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