Use our detailed analyses and photo coverage to keep pace with what drives Armenia's 2008 presidential election.
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ELECTION RESULTS: FINAL
updated 12:00 pm, February 25
Candidates by alphabetical order
Armenia: Officials, Opposition Take Tentative Steps Toward Conciliation: March 13, 2008
Armenia: A Political World Turned Upside Down: March 11, 2008
Armenia: Authorities Advance Conspiracy Theory: March 7, 2008
Armenia: Criticism of Kocharian Administration Bubbles to Surface: March 6, 2008
Armenia: The United States is Muted on the Armenian Political Crisis: March 5, 2008
Armenia: Top Challenge Now is Repairing the Rift: March 4, 2008
Armenia: Is a Government Cover-Up In Progress?: March 3, 2008
Uneasy Quiet Settles over Yerevan, Residents in Shock over Use of Force: March 2, 2008
At Least 2 Dead in Yerevan Violence, as Kocharian Declares State of Emergency: March 1, 2008
OSCE's Human Rights Office Finds Itself in Crossfire over Election Monitoring: February 27, 2008
Armenia: Dueling Protests Occur in Yerevan, as President Calls on Opponents to Sober-Up: February 26, 2008
Arrests of Ter-Petrosian Supporters Continue: February 25, 2008
Corruption and rule of law issues are playing big in Armenia's 2008 vote. Examine five case studies to see how deep the problem lies.
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