Category: Opinion

On Armenian Misinformation and Disinformation
Opinion

On Armenian Misinformation and Disinformation

A recent interview in the U.S. with a political consultant noted how Armenians have a tendency to “make things up entirely, take half-truths and put ... Read More

Dust does not settle after the coup attempt in Armenia
Opinion

Dust does not settle after the coup attempt in Armenia

Since independence, developments in Armenia have shown how influential Russia has been in this geography Read More

Developments on the Moscow-Ankara line and the Ukraine crisis
Opinion

Developments on the Moscow-Ankara line and the Ukraine crisis

Two Turkish soldiers were killed Wednesday in attacks by the PKK's Syrian wing, the YPG terrorist organization, in the Operation Olive Branch area in Syria. ... Read More

Robert Kocharian: An Unfair Peace Cannot Last Long
Opinion

Robert Kocharian: An Unfair Peace Cannot Last Long

On April 5, Russian federal Channel One has aired an evening episode of Pozner show featuring an extensive interview with the former president of Armenia, ... Read More

Azeri FM: Partnership with Israel is strong, multidimensional
Interview

Azeri FM: Partnership with Israel is strong, multidimensional

In an exclusive interview with Israel Hayom, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov says ties between Baku and Jerusalem are "close and mutually beneficial" and cover ... Read More

EU-Turkey relations: One step forward, two steps back
Opinion

EU-Turkey relations: One step forward, two steps back

Unless the EU respects Turkey’s independent will to protect its own interests, it is unlikely that their relations will grow into a stable cooperation in ... Read More