Etiqueta: eng

ISIS attacks in Tehran could plunge the Middle East into greater turmoil

Author: Mohammadbagher Forough Iran experienced its first major ISIS attack on June 7, as armed men and suicide bombers targeted two symbols of the Islamic Republic in Tehran: Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s mausoleum and the Iranian parliament. At least… Read More

Interview with Richard Giragosian about Nagorno Karabakh war

Last year in April the conflict of Nagorno Karabakh, which in fact is a war that started in the eighties and is still ongoing, suffered the major escalation after the ceasefire agreement in 1994. This is an interview… Read More

Tserovani settlement in Georgia, uncertainty and nostalgia

On April 9 the authorities of South Ossetia held a referendum to change the name of the de facto Republic. The President Leonid Tibilov wanted along with the presidential election to ask the people that remained in the… Read More

A note on the European Dream

If you want to make your dreams become true, wake up! This phrase of the Chinese philosopher Lao-tsu has proved its value as a source of wisdom for countless calendar mottos until now. Besides its overextended use in… Read More

Sargsyan Government has changed the Constitution of Armenia

The Republic of Armenia held a referendum on 6 December last year to apply a new constitution. The President Serzh Sargsyan was determined to change the political system of the country with a new law which among other… Read More

Demanding a cleansing: Moldova’s anti-corruption protests

News coming from Moldova hit the international media on the week of January 18th, 2016. Widespread demonstrations asking for elections struck Moldova’s capital Chisinau. But this political crisis has not come out of nothing and has a clear… Read More