Armenia has a new president, and lots of problems by Ludmila Harutyunyan YEREVAN–Robert Kocharyan faces a bumpy ride in his new role as president of Armenia. Over the past seven years, a deep division has separated the government and opposition. It was evident this March when Kocharyan won only 39 percent of the vote in […]

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