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Landslide expected for Velvet Revolution coalition and new civil society voices.
Municipal vote heralded as sign of great political change within the country.
Female participation in the protests has not translated into political power.
Diplomatic efforts have stalled with little progress in sight.
Member states failed to appoint an Armenian as the bloc’s new general secretary.
1 Dec 14
As government dithers, university staff leave their posts.
24 Nov 14
People living close to the border with Azerbaijan question government initiative intended to boost business in their areas.
20 Nov 14
Mutual recriminations as helicopter downing mars efforts to rebuild dialogue between leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan.
20 Nov 14
Two Azerbaijanis face murder, espionage charges in court in Karabakh.
13 Nov 14
As government says it can’t afford current benefit spending, women’ rights activists say it can’t afford not to encourage childbirth.
12 Nov 14
Even in anti-government mode, Prosperous Armenia party may poach elite insiders who see it as the better bet for the future.
7 Nov 14
High-level meetings after a long break offer hope of new momentum in long-running negotiations on Karabakh.
27 Oct 14
As President Sargsyan stresses economic benefits of joining Russian-led bloc, others fear they are signing up to political union as well.
27 Oct 14
Two out of three local TV stations outside Yerevan won’t get channels on public-service digital system.
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