Politics in Armenia
According to political scientist Gurgen Simonyan, the opposition may have different motives for returning to parliament - from internal political calculations to fulfilling an order from outside
According to the Prime Minister of Armenia, in order not to endanger Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh, one should not oppose the generally accepted approach of all countries of the world on the Karabakh issue
Armenian Prime Minister believes that “the global energy agenda has inspired the President of Azerbaijan”, but it is time for world players to take action on the “behavior of Azerbaijan”, which has become a threat to peace
More and more experts advise the Armenian authorities to take a decisive stance and abandon pseudo-allied relations with Russia while it is still possible to change something
The Resistance movement, which has resumed activities in the streets, believes that negotiations on the resolution of Armenian-Azerbaijani relations should be held "in the Yerevan-Moscow-Baku triangle"
Even if the organization decided to revise the distribution of funds, it is unlikely that member states would agree
Most of the costs are planned in the social sphere at more than 25%, with defense in second place.
Political scientist Stepan Grigoryan on what is happening in the region, what Armenia can expect from its ally Russia, and what measures to take to protect its interests
Pashinyan said that he expects from the meeting with Putin and Aliyev "an assessment of recent events, that is, the invasion of Armenia by Azerbaijan"
Political scientist Suren Surenyants believes that such individual cases will not have an impact on Armenian-Russian relations. But if the Armenian authorities deliberately seek confrontation, Russia's reaction will not be long in coming.
According to political scientist David Stepanyan, the project is more than relevant, since many threats to the sovereignty of Armenia have recently arisen.
Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian stated that "Iran considers the security of Armenia and the region its security"
The government proposes to grant Armenian citizenship to foreigners who have invested at least $150,000 in the country's economy
Details of the visit, the most important statements, as well as a political scientist's commentary on US activity in Armenia
Why did Armenia prefer the Indian market, what exactly did it acquire, how profitable was the deal?
In a public broadcast, the Prime Minister of Armenia touched upon almost all the problems important to the country and society, not avoiding painful topics
Deputy Speaker of the Parliament Ruben Rubinyan believes that Pashinyan stated facts that indicate the need to revise the "security architecture of the last 30 years"
“The differences are quite serious,” ex-president Robert Kocharyan said of the future of Armenia as envisioned by its former leaders