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Ruben Yesayan's Instagram Page where he lobbies celebrities to raise awareness of the Karabakh conflict.
22 Oct 20
A swathe of cyber activists are making Armenia’s case to a global, virtual audience.
President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky. (Photo by Aaron Chown - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
21 Oct 20
The language from Kyiv appears more ambiguous, despite its long-term support of territorial integrity.
A Pro-Armenia march in Akhalkalaki, Georgia. (Photo: Kristine Marabyan)
15 Oct 20
Prevented from fighting for Karabakh, diaspora community sends aid and funding.
Cooling towers of Metsamor nuclear power plant, Armenia. (Photo: Adam Jones/Flickr)
14 Oct 20
Safe disposal has become a major challenge for policymakers.
Nikol Pashinyan, prime minster of Armenia and Hassan Rouhani, the president of Iran. (Photo: Armenia PM office)
Interview
12 Oct 20
Tehran has a complex game to play as it struggles not to take sides.
Sisters Galina and Elina Balasanyan in the basement of a church where they have been sheltering from fighting in Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh, October 2020. (Photo: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
8 Oct 20
Some young people are challenging the narrative of conflict.
Russia has remained largely silent on the renewed conflict in Karabakh. (Photo: kremlin.ru)
7 Oct 20
Armenia’s strategic ally is keeping quiet – but may be playing a longer game.
Comment
1 Oct 20
How the arrogance of a ruling elite, determined to retain power, triggered public rage.
President Ilham Aliyev addressing his security council. (Photo: The President's Office)
28 Sep 20
Harsh rhetoric from the leaders of both countries accompanied by an unusually high deployment of military hardware.
The Karadash Hill, from the Armenian border village of Chinari, where fighting took place between the two sides in July. (Photo: Arshaluis Mghdesyan)
27 Aug 20
Escalations shows that any short-term progress towards peace remains unlikely.

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