Recently, there have been widespread fears about the activities of American Biological Laboratories in Armenia, which are mainly voiced by Russian-Chinese circles, especially in parallel… Read More »US-Funded Biolaboratories in Armenia: What Worries Moscow and Beijing?
Abstract The COVID-19 outbreak has affected all sectors of economy and aviation is not an exception. Considering that much of the world is currently subject… Read More »The Impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. Aviation Industry
On March 10, primaries were held in 10 more states. Among those states were Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, Washington. After last week’s Super… Read More »March 10 primaries in the US. Joe Biden vs. Bernie Sanders
Our last informative-analytical work for 2019 is dedicated to Armenian-American relations, in particular bilateral visits. We have singled out top-level bilateral visits and bilateral meetings. … Read More »Summarizing 2018-2019 USA-RA relations, particularly the bilateral visits
The Intelligence Committee of the US House of Representatives led by Congressman Adam Schiff questioned 12 witnesses, for about two month in both closed-door and… Read More »The Details and Chronology of the Impeachment
It’s already the third time that Senator Robert (Bob) Menendez and Senator Ted Cruz have been pushing forward S. Res 150 after the adoption of… Read More »Who Hinders the Recognition of the Genocide in the US Senate?
On November 21, the second attempt of the adoption of S.Res. 150 on recognition of Armenian Genocide was prevented by another Republican Senator David Perdue.… Read More »The Second Senator Who Put a Hold on the Resolution of Genocide Recognition