Harut Sassounian. Trump Could be the First US President To Be Impeached Twice


2021-01-13 11:47:53  | USA  |   Articles and Analyses | 84   
When planning to write this column, there were two key points I wanted to highlight. The first was that Trump had a couple of weeks left in his presidency

Turkish Generals Led War on Artsakh: This was a Turkish, not Azeri, Victory.Harut Sassounian


2021-01-04 10:39:40  | USA  |   Articles and Analyses | 306   
Exiled Turkish journalist Cevheri Guven disclosed in a video report the names and activities of three Turkish Generals who had a decisive role in leading Azerbaijan’s war on Artsakh,

Harut Sassounian. Previously, Aliyev Had Called Turkey’sLeaders “Liar, Cheat and Betrayer”


2020-12-16 11:50:36  | USA  |   Articles and Analyses | 517   
 Last week, when Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev held a victory parade in Baku, he expressed his appreciation to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who attended the ceremonies. Tens of

Harut Sassounian. Ceasefire or Capitulation? Artsakh Agreement Should be Amended


2020-12-09 16:43:24  | USA  |   Articles and Analyses | 556   
The “Statement” issued jointly by the Prime Minister of Armenia, and the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia on Nov. 9, 2020 was described by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan as

Ceasefire or Capitulation? Artsakh Agreement Should be Amended. Harut Sassounian


2020-12-02 14:06:24  | USA  |   Articles and Analyses | 340   
The “Statement” issued jointly by the Prime Minister of Armenia, and the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Russia on Nov. 9, 2020 was described by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan as

Harut Sassounian. Putin: Armenia Not Recognizing Artsakh was ‘a Significant Factor’


2020-11-25 12:00:16  | USA  |   Articles and Analyses | 203   
Pres. Vladimir Putin of Russia made several important comments in his response to journalists on Nov. 17, 2020, regarding the recent Artsakh War ceasefire that he brokered between Armenia

Harut Sassounian. ‘Statement’ on Artsakh War by Armenia,Azerbaijan & Russia Should be Rejected


2020-11-18 18:15:31  | USA  |   Articles and Analyses | 229   
  The leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia signed an agreement, calling it a “Statement,” on November 9, 2020 to stop the 45-day war in Artsakh and return to Azerbaijan