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.
Nikol Pashinyan lauds son’s decision to serve on the front line, declares Karabakh should be part of Armenia.
Ex-president and the once-mighty Republican Party accuse new authorities of waging a vendetta against foes.
The controversy pits the grassroots activists who brought a reformist government to power against foreign investors who promise the economic growth Armenia needs. From Eurasianet.
Two brothers of ousted former president face legal probes, along with other members of the old ruling elite.
A prominent Karabakh war veteran faces corruption allegations as the new authorities continue phasing out former government officials.
An Armenian organization is trying to step in where state support programs for the integration of orphans fall short. From JAMnews.
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