Armenia

OPINION: Democracy and the rule of law in Armenia — what President Macron should discuss with Prime Minister Pashinian

Michael Burrell of the European Centre for Public Affairs September 13, 2018

This summer’s transfer of power raised hopes that Armenia could be set on a new and more hopeful path, but those hopes risk being dashed.

CAUCASUS BLOG: Unsplendid isolation

Emil Avdaliani in Tbilisi September 12, 2018

North, south, east and west, landlocked Armenia faces formidable trade and investment obstacles. Some outreach to Iran may offer a moderate breakthrough.

Armenia launches criminal case against Lydian for breaching gold mining contract

By Clare Nuttall in Bucharest August 31, 2018

Toronto-listed parent company told to cease activities at Amulsar until nature protection officials complete ecological study.

CAUCASUS BLOG: But Mr Pashinian, Putin may not want the new “ancient Greece” on his doorstep…

Will Conroy in Prague August 17, 2018

The ‘People’s PM’ is treading a fine line following Armenia’s spring revolution.

Former Armenian president Kocharyan charged over “Marti mek” events of 2008

bne IntelliNews July 27, 2018

Nikol Pashinian, made PM after Armenia’s spring revolution earlier this year, ordered a probe into lethal force used in dispersing post-election protesters whom he helped to organise a decade ago. Ten died.

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