05 June 2010 [13:25]

Concentration camp in Armenia: Do Armenian children have a promising future?

International Children’s Day is celebrated across the globe June 1. Children are born free and happy throughout the world.
03 June 2010 [15:55]

Armenia vs. Russia: Yerevan declares "cultural war"

Armenia has declared a cultural war on Russia, calling the country its sole political and economic ally. This was the leitmotif of talks over the past few days.
31 May 2010 [16:07]

Armenian ministry allows Russia to hold dialogue on Karabakh

"Create myths about yourself. Gods also started that way."
30 May 2010 [09:40]

Eurovision-2010: the afterwords

24 May 2010 [17:00]

A better analogy: Nazi Germany and Armenia

The 65th anniversary of the Soviet victory over the Nazi regime is a significant date, and was celebrated a couple of weeks ago.
24 May 2010 [11:41]

Saint simplicity of murderers: From Hermann Goering to Serzh Sargsyan

"O sancta simplicitas!" (Oh, saint simplicity!) This phrase belongs to the Czech reformer and national liberation movement hero Jan Hus. According to legend, Hus said these words when an old woman tossed a bundle of sticks into the fire when Huss was burned at the stake.
05 May 2010 [14:00]

'Outpost syndrome' in Armenia

04 May 2010 [11:45]

Armenian laws vs. Confucius

15 April 2010 [18:20]

An odd voice from a Noble Land

05 March 2010 [11:15]

Armenia, a child-free country two years after the March shooting

It is well known that the Karabakh clan has long been in charge in Armenia.
27 February 2010 [17:13]

What implications may Kocharian’s return to power have for Sargsyan?

The Armenian public is looking forward to March 1.
25 February 2010 [15:07]

Armenian economy in a deep coma

23 February 2010 [19:33]

Will Edward Nalbandian celebrate his two-year term as foreign minister?

Fifty-three-year-old Nalbandian, who will celebrate his next birthday July 16, seems to be tired.
16 February 2010 [11:20]

Experts: Kazakhstan's role to be positive, but not decisive in talks over Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

The role of Kazakhstan as the OSCE Chairman-in-Office in 2010 will be positive, but not decisive in talks over the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, experts say.
11 February 2010 [15:47]

Iran unfazed by Congressional threats of new energy sanctions

Congress Pushing for Radical Steps to Shake up Iran with New Energy Sanctions.