by Emil Danielyan A change of leadership did not bring democratization to Armenia in 1998. The ouster of President Levon Ter-Petrossian by his former close associates, a development which would had been inconceivable just a few months before, had no decisive impact on the oligarchic nature of Armenia’s political system. Public opinion remained the least […]

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