Ethiopian-Armenians are emblematic as a diaspora community that balanced their civic and cultural identities to build a prosperous and trusted community.
Health and security protocols are not always upheld in workplaces in Armenia, often leading to employees getting injured.
In the early 1920s, 148 orphans of the Armenian Genocide were brought to Canada to begin a new life. They were known as the Georgetown boys and girls and their legacy forms the basis of the Canadian-Armenian story.
The Crimean War in the 1850s did not resolve the geopolitical rivalries of the parties involved. The fight for influence in the Black Sea region continues even today.
In this series of articles, French-Armenian journalist Tigran Yegavian explores the complexity of relations between the Republic of Ireland and its diaspora.
A collection of articles about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict through the lens of Moscow by Dr. Artyom Tonoyan entitled, “Black Garden Aflame” will become a classic and a major go-to resource for scholars, writes Dr. Pietro Shakarian.
After losing his job, photojournalist Vaghinak Ghazaryan, started driving a taxi. Combining his love of cars with his love of photography, he began capturing images of his passengers through the rearview mirror.
Having a baby is the most joyous time in a woman’s life. The experience triggers powerful emotions and in some cases, can lead to postpartum depression. Gohar Abrahamyan provides valuable insights through her own personal journey.
Armenians, desperate for life-saving medical treatment, travel to Germany with hopes and great expectations. However, sometimes, those hopes remain unfulfilled.
The first in a series of articles about the challenges facing Armenia’s capital city, Yerevan, examines the issues of urban planning and development.