Tag: Serzh Sargsyan

The News That Russia Won’t Intervene In Armenia Is An Infowar In And Of Itself

Russia was never going to “intervene” in stopping the Armenian Color Revolution (or “people’s revolution” as its supporters at home and abroad are referring to it as), and manufacturing a news event out of this non-existent issue is useful only in furthering weaponized infowar narratives such as maintaining the so-called […]

Armenia’s “Opposition” Adopts Negotiating Tactic of the Takfiris Who Have Stalled Syria’s Geneva Process

The Geneva peace talks for Syria have becoming something of a running farce as every time the Takfiri extremists lose to the Syrian government on the battlefield, their representatives saunter into the negotiating room in Geneva with even more extreme demands and increasingly unrealistic preconditions. With fewer and fewer pockets […]

US Designs on Armenia Have Even More to Do With Washington’s Hatred of Iran Than its Hatred of Russia

Few self-described ‘domestic uprisings’ can be viewed in isolation. As the world becomes ever more inter-connected, there are almost always multiple geopolitical angles. Such is the case with the current unrest in Armenia that has seen self-described “opposition leader” Nikol Pashinyan mobilise protesters calling for the ouster of Serzh Sargsyan. Insofar as […]