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 progress by Emil Danielyan The hallmark of 2001 in Armenia was political stability, at least as seen by the Armenian authorities. President […]

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