Is Armenian Foreign Policy Changing? – A Conversation with Anahit Shirinyan

    Is Armenian Foreign Policy Changing? – A Conversation with Anahit Shirinyan

    More than a year has passed since mass protests in Armenia unseated a corrupt and unpopular regime of Prime Minister…
    Yerevan bids for closer ties with Tbilisi: will that work?

    Yerevan bids for closer ties with Tbilisi: will that work?

    The new Armenian government under Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan seeks to advance political and economic cooperation with Georgia, but conflicting…
    Q&A: What’s Behind Armenia’s Decision to Skip UNGA Vote on Georgia’s IDP Resolution?

    Q&A: What’s Behind Armenia’s Decision to Skip UNGA Vote on Georgia’s IDP Resolution?

    The United Nations General Assembly adopted on June 4 a resolution reiterating the right of return of all displaced persons…
    Faces of Protest: People who animate Georgia now

    Faces of Protest: People who animate Georgia now

    Spontaneous protests that sprung up in Tbilisi starting June 20 have baffled many observers. These protests do not respond to…
    Russian Soft Power Fails, Pointing the Way to a New Georgian Consensus

    Russian Soft Power Fails, Pointing the Way to a New Georgian Consensus

    Last week the Georgian government hosted the Inter-Parliamentary Assembly of Orthodox Christian nations, which is headed by a Russian Communist…
    Protest in Need of Strategy

    Protest in Need of Strategy

    Several Georgian youths lost their eyes during the rubber bullets, used during police crackdown the night of June 20. We…

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