Georgia — Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, July 2012: Photo of the Day, Photo from the official website: http://www.president.gov.ge
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili gave an interview to Kanal PIK last week, speaking about a range of topics, including the Russia-Georgia 2008 war, Georgia’s reforms and answered to a personal question about his nationality. Continue reading →
The Cover Page of PFA's "Armenia: Averting an Economic Catastrophe" Report
Policy Forum Armenia, a Washington based Armenian think tank and advocacy group, has published an in-depth report, which might well be the best diagnosis of Armenia’s economic woes available out there. Continue reading →
Armenia’s police have announced the arrest of more than a dozen members of an alleged gang suspected of committing high-profile robberies in Yerevan earlier this year, RFE/RL reports. Continue reading →
Armenia -- Businessman Gagik Tsarukian receives the title of Armenia's 'best European of the year' from Henrik Kroener, secretary general of the European Movement International
Someone well versed in Armenian politics has published a stark warning against holding a major conference of the European Movement in Yerevan in October 2011, attended by Catherine Ashton (the European Union’s foreign-policy high representative), Armenia’s president and other dignitaries. The author’s name is Armen Haykyan, which is a nickname sounding like “Armenian Armenian”. But the identity of the author is not really relevant. The warning is and I urge you to read it.