According to the Caucasus Barometer 2013, 55% of Armenians support Armenia’s joining the Eurasian Economic Union. More importantly, only 13% are against it. Continue reading “55% of Armenians support country’s membership in Eurasian Economic Union”
“What do you do all day?” I asked.
“Sit around, smoke and drink coffee,” the traffic controller on one of Yerevan’s minibus routes chuckled back to me.
There’s sadness and troubled faces in Armenia’s banks, post-offices and around electronic payment terminals. Continue reading “Depressing utility bills hit the nation. UPDATED”
Armenia’s economic freedom score is 68.9 according to the Index of Economic Freedom 2014, making its economy the 41st freest in the world. This annual index and ranking is created by The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal in 1995 to measure the degree of economic freedom in the world’s nations. The question is — does it tell us the full story? Continue reading “Armenia’s Economy Ranked 41st Freest in The 2014 Index. The Full Story.”
A media outlet known for its dirty work-style and past attempts to whitewash various corrupt officials, has come out with a theory! Continue reading “Frank Muller brand store closure in Yerevan linked to corruption? LMFAO!”