The elections in Turkey on April 16 reversed what one expert called the country’s 100-year experiment in democracy and cemented the fact that successive Turkish governments will continue to deny the Armenian Genocide.
Artsakh is, perhaps, the most pivotal issue facing the Armenian Nation today, as outside forces, once again, are using it to advance their divergent political and economic agendas.
In the Armenian reality, two singularly different yet similarly tumultuous events of 2016 have defined how we will view critical turning points in the next year.
During the past 25 years, a new generation has grown up knowing nothing but the existence of an independent Republic of Armenia.
The four-day war in April, when Azerbaijani forces savagely attacked the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, proved, once again, that the resilience of the people of Artsakh could not be shattered.
Ninety-Eight years ago on May 28 Armenia became independent after living under occupation and oppression for centuries.
What has become known as the “four day war,” which erupted on April 1 brought to fore the urgency for justice and hammered in the realization the our demands will only be met by a collective national effort,
The founding fathers of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation—Kristapor, Rosdom and Zavarian—conceived of the party, whose 125th anniversary will be celebrated in the Western United States this weekend
It can be said that 2015 was a monumental year for the Armenian Nation. The much anticipated centennial of the Armenian Genocide dominated our national agenda for most of the year
LOS ANGELES—A star-studded host of activities at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills on June 12-14 will draw from deep within the veins of our common heritage to herald the Armenian Bar Association’s 25 years of unifying the colorful and distinct fabric of the Armenian nation. As is its custom, the Armenian Bar will assemble…