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About Mikayel Zolyan

Mikayel Zolyan is a historian and political analyst from Yerevan, Armenia. He writes here in a personal capacity. 

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Julian Richards

Julian Richards is managing editor of openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Armenia’s “permanent revolution”: why do the protests continue in Yerevan?

With the resignation of Armenia’s prime minister, it looks as if Armenia is line for radical change. But the Armenia’s entrenched network of power is not giving up so easily.

The standoff in Yerevan

The raid by Karabakh war veterans on a police station in Armenia’s capital may appear an isolated incident, but it could herald a deeper crisis.

Refugees or repatriates? Syrian Armenians return to Armenia

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Armenians have lived in Syria for centuries. Following the outbreak of war, many have been seeking refuge in Armenia. на русском языке

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