For much of 2001, the year looked like it was shaping up to be a historic one. But the long-awaited breakthrough on Nagorno-Karabakh failed to materialize--symbolizing the country's unrealized international, political, and economic progressby Emil Danielyan The hallmark of 2001 in Armenia was political stability, at least as seen by the Armenian authorities. President Robert […]

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