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Onnik Krikorian

Following Clashes on the Armenia-Azerbaijan Border, the ‘Tekali Process’ Continues

by | July 24th, 2012 | 2 comments

What’s happening in the Azerbaijani town of Tekali, Georgia, and will it impact the future of the region?

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Turkey’s South Caucasus Agenda

by | July 17th, 2012 | 6 comments

Strategically situated as a major conduit for vital energy resources, the South Caucasus has long been an area for competing regional and geopolitical interests.

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Arson Attack on Gay-Friendly Bar in Yerevan Raises Fears of Nationalist Extremism

by | May 24th, 2012 | 11 comments

An arson attack on a bar popular with alternative types in Yerevan has rung alarm bells among civil society activists concerned that ultra-nationalism is on the rise in Armenia.

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Opinion Divided on Armenian Withdrawal from Eurovision

by | March 22nd, 2012 | 10 comments

Not everyone thinks Armenia did the right thing with its recent withdrawal from the 2012 Eurovision competition.

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Parliamentary Elections Yet Another Test for Democracy in Armenia

by | March 15th, 2012 | 14 comments

With parliamentary elections in Armenia scheduled for 6 May, Onnik Krikorian interviews American-Armenian analyst Richard Giragosian on the political situation in the country as the vote draws closer.

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Can Eurovision Succeed Where Diplomacy Has Failed?

by | May 18th, 2011 | 4 comments

Azerbaijan’s victory at this year’s annual Eurovision Song Contest in Dusseldorf, Germany, offers some activists reason for hope, but also raises concerns.

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Clearing Mines and Saving Lives in Karabakh

by | April 4th, 2011 | 3 comments

AMARAS, Karabakh — In an almost perfectly idyllic setting, with a monastery dating back to the 4th century and a nearby mulberry orchard, there’s hardly a soul around. Even the church in the complex is empty, save [...]

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