News and Press Releases
Jun 24, 2018 | Press Release
The founder of the Artsakh’s independence movement, Igor Muradyan, died on Sunday, June 17 in...
May 2, 2018 | News
Armenia appears at last to be breaking with its post-Soviet malaise and embracing democratic change...
Apr 26, 2018 | News
The Armenian diaspora's equivocal response to the movement that toppled Serzh Sargsyan has...
Apr 15, 2018 | Press Release
The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Council, which operates under the political...
Mar 15, 2018 | News
Recent news from Armenia is rather distressing. We witnessed the selection of a single candidate...
Do you support the Constitutional changes in Armenia scheduled for the vote on December 6, 2015?
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December 6, 2016 marks the first anniversary of the 2015 Constitutional Referendum in Armenia.
The report offers some innovative thinking about Armenia’s geopolitical potential and challenges the prevailing views about Western involvement in Armenia and the Caucasus.
This is the third State of the Nation Report by Policy Forum Armenia and the eighth one in total, all focused on issues of critical importance for Armenia.
PFA’s Special Report on “Armenian's 2012 Parliamentary Election,” provides an overview of political-economic and legislative developments in the period preceding the 2012 election and summarizes the reactions of key stakeholders to the election outcome.
Summary of PFA activities for 2009-2010.
Summary PFA Activities for 2008.
Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Armenia: Police Brutality, Political Prisoners, and (Potential) International Response
Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 12:00
Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 12:00
Round-table Discussion on “The 4-day War between Armenia and Azerbaijan: Russia’s Role and Implications for the Wider Region”
Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 12:30
At early hours of July 17, a group of gunmen attacked a large police compound in Erebuni district of Yerevan and took several police officers hostage.
The escalation of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in early-April and its implications for Armenia’s survival raise a number of important questions for the leaders and the general public both in Armenia and the Diaspora.