Russia supplies firepower and troops, and Armenia holds its own in an unfriendly neighborhood. by Ismail Agazade Reports that Yerevan and Moscow have agreed to extend for 45 years Russia’s lease on a military base in Gyumri, Armenia, near the Turkish border, has prompted protests from members of Armenian opposition parties. Critics say the deal […]

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