‘Armenian Highland’ Book is Karanian’s Magnum Opus
Soorp Arakelots, in the region of Mush, as it appeared in 2017.
Tribute to Ancient Armenia with Historical Insights and Breathtaking Photography
Book Review By Pietro Shakarian
PhD Candidate, History, The Ohio State University
The year women became eligible to vote in each country
By Tim Wenger
SUFFRAGE HAPPENED in 1920 in the United States, three years behind Russia and Canada but 91 years ahead of Saudi Arabia, as noted by this map depicting the year women became eligible to vote in each country. Countries ...
The Birth of a Genocide Scholar
The coverage of the Armenian Genocide in publications like the Toronto Globe to the New York Times has helped scholars point out the truth. In this reflection piece, which appeared originally in the newspaperTorontoHye, genocide scholar Alan ...
EU Expects ‘Best Elections Ever’ In Armenia
By: Sargis Harutyunyan
The European Union expects the upcoming parliamentary elections in Armenia to be the most democratic in the country’s history, a senior EU diplomat said recently in Yerevan.
Piotr Switalski, the head of the EU Delegation ...
Should Armenia Grant Citizenship to Foreign Investors?
By Harut Sassounian
The Acting Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan has made attracting overseas investors the priority of his new government.
So far, it is too early to determine if foreign investors are interested in doing business in ...
Hostages as State Policy
By Raffi Bedrosyan
In August 2018, US President Trump angrily announced that sanctions will be implemented against Turkey, and personally against the Turkish ministers of interior and justice. What was the reason for Trump’s fury? The ...