No, the title is not some veiled reference to the political climate of the U.S. in these presidential primary days.
This is about Mills, Ambassador Richard M. Mills, Jr., the ninth U.S. “Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary” to Armenia
There are a few things I’d like to bring up with those who take the trouble to read my articles.
“Lav, pav, tzav” (OK, enough, pain) is our saying, perhaps somehow equivalent to “jamais deux sans trois” (there’s no two without three) in French.
I felt like a bit of an interloper at a Ferrahian school reunion when I attended Marilyn Arshagouni’s funeral last week, a sad but also uplifting occasion.
For the first time in a quarter century of reading the Los Angeles Times, I noticed a negative item in the February 14 issue titled “Turkey and safety issues.”
You know those disgusting-tasting “rolls” that pass for meats, usually cold-cuts, of various sorts? Turkey is really becoming the turkey version of those
At first it was just a reference to governance in Hitler’s Germany as a positive example of the centralized presidential power Erdoğan seeks to establish in Turkey
Surely by now you’ve read about the two anti-Armenian PACE reports/resolutions, one of which passed and the other did not.
It seems we can’t get a long, solid run of good news for Armenians because often bad news intervenes, or, even “good” news has its “bad” aspects.