The limits of Moscow’s security promises now clearly demonstrates that Yerevan must adjust to a dangerous new reality of standing alone.
The pandemic and Nagorny Karabakh conflict of 2020 have led to a steep rise in the number of Armenian victims.
Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan has affected thousands of children’s right to learn.
The Ukraine conflict has spurred many to acquire alternative passports.
The apparent suicide led to an outpouring of homophobic hate speech in a country that ranks low on LGBTI rights.
Proposal would see soldiers allowed to make a hefty payment to the state so as to drastically reduce the time they serve.
Thousands apply for asylum in Europe on flimsy grounds; very few are accepted.
Moscow views peacekeeping efforts as an attempt to oust it from its previous role as sole mediator in the conflict.
After a recent flurry of diplomacy, Yerevan and Baku seem closer than ever to attaining normalisation.
Activists call on government and local industry to respond to recent research revealing major hazards.