Armenia’s Foreign Minister, Edward Nalbandian, seems to have developed a spine of late and has spoken out strongly about Azerbaijan’s incessant cease-fire violations, even having a very tense (mediated) meeting with Azeri Foreign Minister Mammadyarov in New York.
As we left Vanadzor for the village of Dsegh, we passed the outskirts of the city.
Several weeks ago, Sarkis Assadourian, a former Member of the Canadian Parliament, informed me that at his request Parliamentarian Judy Sgro had nominated Pope Francis for the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.
Perhaps the most ongoingly jaw-dropping, cognitive-dissonance-inducing, and just plain annoying head-scratcher is the continued seat Azerbaijan is given in dignified circles
On the occasion of the 24th anniversary of Armenia’s independence, I had the honor of delivering the keynote address at the celebration organized by the Armenian Consulate in Glendale
President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has embarked on a risky and very bloody gambit to arrange for his Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (Justice and Development Party) to regain its parliamentary majority so he can continue his march to autocracy as a latter-day Sultan.
For years and years, since the 1994 Artsakh-Azerbaijan ceasefire, the Azeris have been violating that very same cease fire.
a tiny fist clutches eternity/prying open oblivion,/a drop of blood/right in the middle…
When I was criss-crossing Armenia in 2012 with a group, our tour guide mentioned that recently a suspended bridge had been built in a village called Khndzoresk.
On Sept. 11, after years of persistent diplomatic efforts, the Republic of Armenia succeeded in having the United Nations General Assembly adopt by consensus a generic resolution on all genocides.