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Thanksgiving and Turkey

Thanksgiving and Turkey

Of course the topic of discussion here is not...

November 26 2014 / No comment / Read More »

My Turn

Turkish Scholar Affirms: Turkey has Lost Battle for the Truth

Turkish Scholar Affirms: Turkey has Lost Battle for the Truth

In recent years, a growing number of Turkish intellectuals,...

November 25 2014 / 3 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

Raffi Hadidian’s Los Angeles Photographs: Isolation and Movement in the Big City

Raffi Hadidian’s Los Angeles Photographs: Isolation and Movement in the Big City

Lebanese-Armenian photographer Raffi Hadidian (b. 1972) has had a...

October 31 2014 / 2 comments / 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 / 2 comments / Read More »

Op-Ed

Azeri Money Aims to Manipulate Academic Discourse on Artsakh

Azeri Money Aims to Manipulate Academic Discourse on Artsakh

Increasingly, academia is being bought out in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, as Azerbaijan aggressively funds anti-Armenian discourse disguised as scholarship and...

November 25 2014 / 5 comments / Read More »
Armenian-Kurdish Relations Is A Strategic Necessity

Armenian-Kurdish Relations Is A Strategic Necessity

Inadvertent avoidance of the obvious in a country’s external affairs is sheer incompetence....

November 17 2014 / 8 comments / Read More »
Causes and Consequences of the Helicopter Attack, and Baku’s Motives for Escalation

Causes and Consequences of the Helicopter Attack, and Baku’s Motives for Escalation

The continuous state-sponsored terrorism campaign of the Republic of Azerbaijan against the Republics of Artsakh and Armenia recently culminated in...

November 14 2014 / 3 comments / Read More »

Arts & Culture

$10,000 Saroyan Playwriting Prize to Be Awarded

$10,000 Saroyan Playwriting Prize to Be Awarded

To kick off Human Rights Day, The Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance (ADAA) will award the $10,000 2014 William Saroyan Playwriting Prize for Human Rights / Social Justice at a gala event on Dec. 6 at...

November 24 2014 / No comment / Read More »

System of A Down Launch Tour to Mark Genocide Centennial

System of A Down Launch Tour to Mark Genocide Centennial

System of a Down are hitting the road once again! After a break from touring which has lasted well over a year, System of a Down are revving up once again for a tour to...

November 24 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

What Pius XII Learned From the Armenian Genocide

What Pius XII Learned From the Armenian Genocide

In an insightful interview with ZENIT journalist Deborah Castellano Lubov, German historian Michael Hesemann explained the connection between Pope Pius XII’s actions during WWII regarding...

November 17 2014 / 7 comments / Read More »

Turkish Dealers Help ISIS Earn $1 Mil. Per Day

Turkish Dealers Help ISIS Earn $1 Mil. Per Day

The Islamic State (ISIS) is earning about $1 million a day from black market oil sales, the United States has said, vowing to impose harsh...

October 24 2014 / 7 comments / Read More »

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 approximately 8,000 Assyrians. According to...

October 21 2014 / 5 comments / Read More »