By Any Means

Elections 2014 – The Final Installment from All Over

Elections 2014 – The Final Installment from All Over

It might seem a bit early to wrap up...

October 17 2014 / No comment / Read More »

My Turn

Why the UN Rejected Turkey’s Bid for a Security Council Seat

Why the UN Rejected Turkey’s Bid for a Security Council Seat

The Turkish government got a big slap in the...

October 21 2014 / 9 comments / Read More »

Community Links

Aznavour: A Trip Down Memory Lane

Aznavour: A Trip Down Memory Lane

It has been well over forty years that our...

October 14 2014 / 3 comments / Read More »

Critics' Forum

Questioning the Unquestionable: Marc Nichanian’s ‘Mourning Philology’

Questioning the Unquestionable: Marc Nichanian’s ‘Mourning Philology’

Have you ever felt that contemporary philosophy is useless?...

August 21 2014 / 1 comment / Read More »

Three Apples

Three Apples: dOIN’ tIME iN dAW’HA

Three Apples: dOIN’ tIME iN dAW’HA

It's Tuesday, and he’s on an Airbus, 32,972 feet...

June 19 2014 / 1 comment / Read More »

Op-Ed

Nagorno-Karabakh and Refugees

Nagorno-Karabakh and Refugees

This past September I had the great pleasure of visiting the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic for official meetings, a presentation in Stepanakert...

October 22 2014 / No comment / Read More »
Armenia’s Membership in the EEU Raises More Questions than it Answers

Armenia’s Membership in the EEU Raises More Questions than it Answers

Upon reading Harut Sassounian’s latest article “The West Must Offer Armenia Incentives Rather than Decry its Ties with Russia,” I...

October 17 2014 / 21 comments / Read More »
Erdogan: Kurdistan On My Mind

Erdogan: Kurdistan On My Mind

Kurdistan has always been on Erdogan’s mind. In fact, it has been on the minds of every single Turkish leader...

October 16 2014 / 4 comments / Read More »

Arts & Culture

‘We Sing Armenian Church Songs’ Children’s Album Released Last Week

‘We Sing Armenian Church Songs’ Children’s Album Released Last Week

ward-winning artist Nvair officially released her latest album, “We Sing Armenian Church Songs (Badarak Hymns for Children)” on Friday, October 18....

October 21 2014 / No comment / Read More »

American Authors Build Literary Connections with Armenia and Turkey

American Authors Build Literary Connections with Armenia and Turkey

Six American authors are traveling to Armenia and Turkey to visit local universities and literary institutions as part of a reading tour organized by the University of Iowa’s International Writing Program (IWP). The trip aims...

October 21 2014 / 1 comment / Read More »

Youth Corps Blog

Overcoming the Language Barrier

Overcoming the Language Barrier

During the first week of July I anxiously sat on my 16-hour...

September 3 2014 / 7 comments / Read More »

Why Renovate the Proshyan Youth Center?

Why Renovate the Proshyan Youth Center?

From the different regions we volunteered in this summer, Proshyan stood out...

August 28 2014 / 1 comment / Read More »

The Boy in the Pilibos Polo

The Boy in the Pilibos Polo

I attended Rose and Alex Pilibos my entire life, so you can only imagine my excitement on our first day of jampar in Askeran, Artsakh, when a young boy came to camp in a Pilibos...

August 28 2014 / No comment / Read More »

International

Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Athens

Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Athens

A memorial for the Assyrian victims of the Turkish genocide of Christians during World War I was unveiled in Athens, Greece, a city that hosts...

October 21 2014 / 2 comments / Read More »

Turkey Hits Kurds with Airstrikes

Turkey Hits Kurds with Airstrikes

Turkish warplanes have struck suspected Kurdish positions in southeastern Turkey, media reports said Tuesday, the first major airstrikes against Kurds since peace talks began two...

October 14 2014 / 4 comments / Read More »

Turkey’s Hegemonial Ventures in Syria and Iraq

Turkey’s Hegemonial Ventures in Syria and Iraq

As the U.S.-led air strikes targeted the Islamic State (IS) fighters across the Syrian frontier with Turkey, the Syrian Kurdish border town of Kobani became more forsaken than ever....

October 9 2014 / 14 comments / Read More »