Vicken Cheterian
As events unfold, there are numerous questions that remain open: how bloody will the next chapter of Kazakhstani history be? Will Kazakhstan’s statehood survive from the internal explosion and foreign intervention?
Vicken Cheterian
If in the Middle East we did not have so many other problems, maybe we would have discussed climate change and its impact on our lives. But no, not now, we are too busy with our never-ending self-destruction.
Vicken Cheterian
The war evidently did not end this conflict. It only succeeded in adding Middle Eastern problems to the already complicated Caucasus!
Vicken Cheterian
Turkey waging yet another war against Armenians, a century after annihilating Ottoman Armenians is not something politically neutral that leaves any intellectual silent.
Vicken Cheterian
Snap Parliamentary Elections will be held in Armenia on June 20. Will anything survive from the promises of the 2018 peaceful revolution?
Vicken Cheterian
I know it will happen again. It did happen again to me when last year the Turkish Army with its generals, F-16s and Bayraktars went back to attack the Armenians of Karabakh
Vicken Cheterian
Neither Armenia nor Georgia is a functioning democracy today. If they were democracies they would have used their institutions, such as their parliaments to resolve their internal political conflicts. Today both countries are facing enormous challenges…
Vicken Cheterian
The failure of the Arab Spring created hardened political regimes all around us. This is bad news because in our fast changing world we need political, economic and social adaptation.
Vicken Cheterian
The first and second Karabakh wars were separated by a long period of more than a quarter of a century, alongside many missed opportunities to resolve the conflict through negotiations.
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