Wednesday, 18 July , 2018

Armenia

Crisis in Armenia: Is the Empire attacking Russia from the South?

Western-Backed Regime Change Looms As Armenia PM Resigns Following Mass Protests by Tyler Durden Mon, 04/23/2018 - 08:56 After 11 days of mass protests and violent...

“Revolution” in Armenia

Armenian President Says Situation in Country Reached Red Line As Rallies Resume 22.04.2018 Law enforcement officers have detained 228 demonstrators in Yerevan, Armenia, which have recently...

Export of Israeli drones frozen after suspected live demo in Armenia

By Anna Ahronheim The Defense Ministry has suspended the export license of Israeli firm Aeronautics Defense Systems following an investigation into claims Azerbaijan asked it...

The Economy of Middle East in one Map

  By JEFF DESJARDINS If we could only show you one map to explain the economy of the Middle East, it would be this one.     In one fell...

The new conflict in Caucasus, East-West relations and Syria

  By Alexis Coleman The most serious fighting since 1996, with dozens of victims, has erupted between Azeris and Armenians, in Nagorno-Karabakh. The Karabakh conflict was “frozen”...

Christians in the Middle East: USA, Τurkey and Armenians

Robert Fisk, the Beirut based veteran correspondent of the British "Independent" for the Middle East has written a very interesting article comparing the situation with...

Logistics of Terrorists Support Mechanisms in Georgia and Turkish “Dirty Wars”

by Seth Ferris Introduction by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor, Veterans Today: To the casual observer, seemingly unrelated stories do not interrelate, nor do they support the...

Changing Perceptions of the West in the South Caucasus: Adoration No...

by George Mchedlishvili While perceptions of the West in the South Caucasus have deteriorated, renewed Western interest and engagement could help restore its reputation in the...