Grigor Atanesian

Opinion 2 months ago

Can Armenia’s Pashinyan Have an Honest Conversation With Putin? (Op-ed)

Can Armenia’s Pashinyan Have an Honest Conversation With Putin? (Op-ed)

Opinion 2 months ago

Armenia’s new democratic prime minster may be reluctant to address the asymmetric relationship.

Opinion 6 months ago

New Armenia Will Stay With Russia, If Reluctantly (Op-ed)

New Armenia Will Stay With Russia, If Reluctantly (Op-ed)

Opinion 6 months ago

The Kremlin has nothing to fear in Armenia’s “Velvet Revolution,” analysts say.

Opinion 6 months ago

What Does Turmoil in Armenia Spell for Russia? (Op-ed)

What Does Turmoil in Armenia Spell for Russia? (Op-ed)

Opinion 6 months ago

A former Gazprom executive and a Moscow-skeptic protest leader emerge after Sargsyan’s resignation.

News 2 years ago

Armenia After the Crackdown: Old-Time Warriors Ready to Take a Stand

Armenia After the Crackdown: Old-Time Warriors Ready to Take a Stand

News 2 years ago

On July 31, the armed militant group that seized a police station in Armenia's capital, Yerevan, surrendered to police. Members of the “Daredevils of Sassoun” group issued a statement saying they had ...

News 2 years ago

Armenia Revolts: Forget Social Protest, This Time It’s Serious

Armenia Revolts: Forget Social Protest, This Time It’s Serious

News 2 years ago

That thousands of Yerevan residents should take to the streets, as they have done every day this past week, is no real surprise. But this summer’s protest is different — not in ...