Can Georgia Play an Active Role in the Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict?

by Sasun Khachatryan

With the Minsk Group of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) achieving little progress, if any, in the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict for several years now, a new idea seems to be promoted — Georgia’s possible role in the resolution of the Karabakh conflict — with practical steps […]

Interview with Vahram Martirosyan

By Ani Matevosyan

How would you describe your work to Azerbaijani readers? What are you writing about? What is the core message in your writing?

I am probably the only Armenian writer in the last 20 years who the Azerbaijani public had a chance to read. My novel “Landslides” has been published in the newspaper […]

Migration in Armenia in perspective

By Erik Grigoryan

Large scale uncontrolled emigration is a major threat to the national security and development of the Republic of Armenia. Yet, the state structures, statistical services and the research community have not yet succeeded in properly studying this matter, providing correct statistical and intellectual data and policy recommendations. With the demise of the […]