My annual recounting, missing the last two years, of various Genocide related events was a bit harder than usual to prepare for this year, but this critique and other observations are material for a separate opinion piece
“For eight years now, Pres. Obama has failed to keep his campaign promise to call the Armenian Genocide a genocide.”
I’m really intrigued and excited by the ArmGenia project. This project has been in the mill since 2014.
It is bad enough that Turkish President Erdogan wants to sue a German comic for insulting him! It is much more outrageous for German Chancellor Angela Merkel allowing the lawsuit to go forward
Almost one hundred Armenian dead in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (rendered still with the disgusting Soviet era, Russian influenced spelling), at least five hundred on the Azerbaijani side
“Armenians united, will never be divided!” and “Not one inch!”. These were some of the chants I heard at the peaceful rally I attended on Friday, April 8
Prof. Israel Charny, a righteous Jew and a staunch defender of human rights, could not remain silent knowing that his country — Israel — had a bloody role in the Armenian killings
The world woke up last Saturday morning to the drumbeats of war from a large-scale assault by Azerbaijan on tiny Artsakh (Karabakh).
There is so much going on, especially in Turkey, that it was difficult to choose an issue to address.
For years, many critical books and articles have been written about foreign countries and domestic groups for hiring lobbying firms or making campaign contributions to influence government officials