Although the country recently switched to a parliamentary system, critics fear President Serzh Sargysan will remain its most powerful man when he leaves office.
More and more Armenians are paying to make their most prominent physical feature smaller.
Given the media’s role in recent elections, only a fool would think this year will be any better.
The pact does not commit Yerevan to much of anything, leader Sargsyan explains.
Sex workers, NGOs, lawyers and doctors debate the pros and cons of legalizing prostitution in the South Caucasus. From Meydan TV.
A British mining company has struck gold in southern Armenia. What’s in it for the locals? From openDemocracy.
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?
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.
Going against established gender roles, the Armenian army's initiative to include women in its ranks proved a success. From EurasiaNet.org.
As the crisis in Syria continues to escalate, thousands of Syrian Armenians have been seeking shelter in their historical motherland.
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