Robert Kocharyan

Armenian opposition plans rally in Vanadzor

Armenian opposition plans rally in Vanadzor

Today, the Armenian opposition, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, set off on a motor rally from Yerevan to the city of Vanadzor, Levon Kocharyan, the son of ex-President Robert …

What Is Going On at the Armenia Fund?

What Is Going On at the Armenia Fund?

A charity dedicated to promoting economic development has a long history of corruption, criminality, and even abetting military affairs. Now, people are asking questions,  …

Azerbaijan puts Kocharyan and Sargsyan on wanted list

Azerbaijan puts Kocharyan and Sargsyan on wanted list

Azerbaijan has put Armenia's ex-presidents Robert Kocharyan and Serzh Sargsyan on the wanted list, the chief of the Special Investigation Department of the Republican Military Prosecutor's Office, Chief Justice Adviser Emil Tagiyev …

Crisis among Armenian nationalists

Crisis among Armenian nationalists

This week, the vice-speaker of the National Assembly (NA) Ruben Rubinyan, who participated in the meeting on the normalization of Armenian-Turkish relations on January 14 in Moscow caused a hail of criticism from the opposition factions of …

Post-war Armenia: Amid instability and uncertainty

Post-war Armenia: Amid instability and uncertainty

The snap parliamentary elections of June 2021 have not resolved Armenia’s political crisis, one in which it has found itself since the 2020 war with Azerbaijan in Nagorno Karabakh. A Russian-orchestrated ceasefire not only …

Europe’s chance for peace in the South Caucasus

Europe’s chance for peace in the South Caucasus

Charles Michel, the President of the European Council, announced on November 19 that in the margin of the Eastern Partnership Summit to be held in Brussels on December 15, there would be a meeting between Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev and Armenia’s Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan

 Sargsyan charged with bribery

Sargsyan charged with bribery

Armenia’s former president Serzh Sargsyan, a war party and Karabakh klan representative,  has been charged with taking a bribe, an accusation his lawyers say was made to distract from a security crisis on the Azerbaijani border

Prospects of Zangezur corridor become more obvious

Prospects of Zangezur corridor become more obvious

One of its most important points in the trilateral statement signed by Armenia’s prime minister Nikol Pashinyan, Azerbaijan’s president Ilham Aliyev, and Russia’s president Vladimir Putin in Moscow on 10 November 2020—which established the ceasefire and capitulation of armed forces of the Republic of Armenia in the Second Karabakh War—is the unblocking of transport communications in the South Caucasus region

Stagnation era begins in Armenia

Stagnation era begins in Armenia

The political situation in Armenia remains stable: the authorities and the opposition continue to squabble, and the public is passively watching the populist speeches of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, promising to build a strong statehood. …

Yerevan doesn't understand Moscow's signals

Yerevan doesn't understand Moscow's signals

Today, Acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan once again made a proposal for a "mirror withdrawal of troops" and the deployment of Russian border guards or international observers along the border. According to him, this …

Armenia to launch national airline

Armenia to launch national airline

Armenia is setting up a new national airline following nearly a decade without a flag carrier. President Armen Sarkissian and senior Armenian aviation officials signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates-based low-cost airline Air …

New plan of Armenian nationalists

New plan of Armenian nationalists

Two weeks after the announcement of the results of the early parliamentary elections, political parties and blocs did not begin to form the composition of the National Assembly. And about. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan is preparing to repel …

Kocharyan's allies are gradually turning away from him

Kocharyan's allies are gradually turning away from him

After the parliamentary elections in Armenia, the re-elected "revolutionary" government, headed by Nikol Pashinyan and his Civil Contract party, did not publish a coherent political program for bringing the republic out of the …