Vladimir Putin appeared to drop his pen after a surprising announcement from his Armenian counterpart at a CSTO summit.
A summit off the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) ended without Armenia agreeing to a joint declaration.
The international community has a deeply moral responsibility toward "never again"—one it has never been able to exercise.
In the wake of the latest carnage in the south Caucasus, the West seems inclined to step gingerly into a void left by Russia, a former regional arbitrator that is currently distracted elsewhere. That's good—but now the West must take real action and call a spade a spade. Any potential peace without justice is unlikely to hold.
Given Kris and her daughters' combined reach on Instagram is almost 1.5 billion followers, their influence can't be underestimated.
Despite overwhelming evidence, the Biden administration has done next to nothing in holding Azerbaijan accountable and keeping them in check.
Why then do some people—even some decent people—refuse to recognize the Armenian genocide? Turkish authorities have done everything in their power to pressure individuals and countries not to acknowledge this genocide.
The Azerbaijanis attacked deep inside Armenian territory with artillery and drones, its ground forces advancing into the town of Jermuk. Civilian homes were damaged and destroyed, and border posts were overrun, including the post where Apetyan was stationed. In the aftermath, an Azerbaijani soldier published horrific visuals of the destruction on Telegram.
Both countries have met leaders from Armenia and Azerbaijan after clashes broke out earlier in September.
Azerbaijan and Armenia began fighting on Tuesday, while Kyrgyzstan accused Tajikistan of new shelling after the two ex-Soviet states reached a ceasefire deal.
It has been a week of sleepless nights in Armenia, but the renewed violence in the Caucasus should concern people all over the globe as well.
As the Russia-led CSTO alliance agreed to send a mission to Armenia amid its latest clash with Azerbaijan, violence erupted between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
Fighting recently broke out along the border of the two countries in western Asia, creating concern that older conflicts could be reignited.
A century-long border conflict gets a wider wedge from the war in Ukraine. The move cozies Armenia with Putin and any new Soviet reunion.
The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) met in Moscow on Monday but only Belarus's leader showed support for the Ukraine war.
Rewarding despots like Ilham Aliyev, president of Azerbaijan with foreign aid, sends the wrong message to the world.
"Azeri forces are attacking Armenian soldiers in Artsakh at the moment while I'm speaking," an Armenian parliament member told Newsweek.
A majority of the world's countries currently qualify as having a "very high risk" for COVID-19.
An Armenian grandmother was able to see a cathedral she used to go to in her youth using virtual reality, and it made her break down in tears.
The potential exists for the ICJ to set a precedent for the protection of cultural heritage.
He ripped out the restaurant's computer terminals, smashed glassware, threw chairs and said, "We came to kill you! We will kill you!"
In the aftermath of a disastrous defeat in a war with Azerbaijan last autumn, Robert Kocharyan, the country's authoritarian second president, has emerged as the main contender against Nikol Pashinyan, the embattled leader of Armenia's "Velvet Revolution" and the acting prime minister.
"As a country where the genocide against the Jews is seared into the national consciousness, can Israel afford to avoid recognizing the same Armenian reality?" American Jewish Committee CEO David Harris asks Newsweek.
A member of the Turkish parliament has been accused of threatening a left-wing colleague on Twitter.
Joe Biden on Saturday became the first American president to officially recognize the Ottoman Empire's World War I-era mass killings of Armenians as "genocide."
"We remember the lives of all those who died in the Ottoman-era Armenian genocide," Biden said on the annual Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day.