This video screenshot of a smiling Armenian soldier somewhere in the southern part of the line of contact between Armenian and Azerbaijani militaries has made my day. It marks the end of the nightmare, the end of 3 days of violent clashes, it reaffirms the promise that there’s no military solution to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and it signifies hope that peace is possible… Continue reading<span class="screen-reader-text"> "Fragile Truce Holds in Karabakh"</span>
Political analyst and Director of the Regional Studies Center, Richard Giragosian about recent developments in Nagorno Karabakh and their regional connotation.
Looks like the ‘big, fat, Armenian wedding‘ held in Nagorno-Karabakh in 2008 is starting to bear fruit. Karabakh Prime Minister’s Spokesman Artak Beglaryan cited census data yesterday, according to which the population of the self-proclaimed republic has reached 151,000. That’s a growth rate of 10% in 10 years. Continue reading “Karabakh Population Grows 10% in 10 Years”
The official flag of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (Artsakh) was raised high and proud in Boston’s Armenian Heritage Park on Tuesday as Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan came by on a working visit to the USA. The flag jumped right out of every official photo published by Armenian President’s website. You could just see that they’re making a point. And rightly so. Continue reading “The History of Karabakh Flag”
Continue reading “UNESCO Cultural Heritage List Sparks a Lavash War Between Armenia and Azerbaijan”
The video uploaded by an Azeri YouTube user shows that the Armenian helicopters were not attacking the Azerbaijani positions as claimed by the Azeri officials. Continue reading “Footage Showing How the Armenian Helicopter was Shot Down Near Karabakh”
Three non-government parliamentary parties staged a demonstration of power on Friday, as they organized the most bewildering of political rallies I have ever seen in Armenia.
Continue reading “Opposition flexes its muscles in Yerevan”
I realize my post yesterday was a bit depressing, so here’s something to cheer you up a little bit!