by Emil Danielyan Those who expected to see radical political change in Armenia in 1997 were disappointed. A major split in the opposition and re-consolidation of the ruling circles pushed back the country to the status quo that had existed before the troubled September 1996 presidential elections. The elections, despite their dubious results and violent […]

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