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The EU–Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) offers a fresh start for the deepening of the relations.
Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetian met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani
Opposition bloc demands Armenia’s exit from Eurasian Union
Armenia experiences a boost in energy sector with international investment. Armenian Nuclear Power Plant.
Statement by head of the Delegation of the European Union to Armenia causes a surprising new political war of words
Ways to leverage the synergy
Eastern Partnership countries all demonstrate the course of deepening ties to the EU.
Azerbaijani diplomatic pressure forced the closure of the OSCE office in Yerevan
After a pivotal parliamentary election on 2 April, Armenia’s ruling Republican Party maintained its position as the largest party in the Parliament
The upcoming battle for the sits in the Parliament of Armenia has caused the wave of political violence.
In February Armenia faced renewed fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh, although the country managed to conclude a new agreement with the EU.
The new political landscape may cast doubt over the election outcome
Political elite stages transformation away from a strong presidency to a more diffused parliamentary form of government
There is a belated recognition that Russian interests are not necessarily supportive of Armenia