4924>by Robert Krikorian When the decade of the 1990s began, a sense of optimism and hope in the Armenian polity was palpable. The democratic movement was gaining momentum, and people were finding their voice once again after 70 years of Soviet one-party rule. Over the past decade, Armenia’s road to independence and democracy has experienced […]

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