The new government has an overwhelming mandate for change. But the prime minister’s fear of unpopularity has hamstrung his ambitious agenda.
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian managed a delicate balancing act while hosting his authoritarian allies in Yerevan.
Senate speaker states “Uzbek president has made a decision” to apply for membership of the Moscow-led trade bloc.
The Armenian PM was enthusiastically received in California in spite of Azerbaijani government attempts to rain on his parade.
Nikol Pashinian warns mineral export revenues are so important to small nation that in event of renewed war with Azerbaijan the depletion of them would be a matter of national security.