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Aliev and Pashinyan agree on need for concrete steps toward Karabakh peace while offering no specifics.
World’s largest medieval Armenian cemetery in Nakhichevan was obliterated in 2005, say researchers.
While promising, the statement masks the problem of reversing a quarter-century of virulent rhetoric, analysts say.
As the new year begins, we look back with a leading human rights lawyer at one of 2018’s biggest moments: the Armenian ‘Velvet Revolution.’
Armenia’s government looks nothing like its predecessors, and its stance on the slow-burning conflict with Azerbaijan is evolving.
Acting prime minister had called for early elections in order to secure mandate for legislative changes.
The Belt and Road vision is grand on paper, but the promised jobs and factories have been slow to materialize.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will resign in order to hold new elections that could cement his party’s rapid rise to power.