You wouldn’t think failure to signal when making a turn with your car would deserve a death sentence, but… that’s what happened, effectively, to Sandra Bland.
Even the most uninformed person on earth is aware by now that Turkey is a major accomplice of ISIS.
No, this is not about a dark-themed, three-decade old movie, but it does involve suffering of a different sort.
For over two decades, the international community, led by OSCE Minsk Group mediators representing the United States, France and Russia, has been trying to negotiate a peaceful resolution to the Artsakh (Karabakh) conflict.
This piece is about setting the agenda, if not, to be realistic, calling the shots unilaterally.
Last month, I reported in this column the results of the Zogby Analytics survey, which found that 35% of the American public was aware of the Armenian Genocide.
Much is being said about the Russia-Turkey tiff over the latter’s shooting down of the former’s warplane which had supposedly crossed from Syrian airspace into a spit of “Turkish” territory
I drive up the 395 like some new ageless nomad scouring the remnants of slick Silk Road IEDs, abstracting triangulations of fire, ambushing mile-high sniper squads and extraction teams
Leaders around the world have been pandering to Recep Tayyip Erdogan for years, trying to win him over to their side.
“Scientific American Supplement” ran an article titled “THE MASSACRES IN ARMENIA”, accompanied by a woodcut print captioned “TREBIZOND, THE SCENE OF THE ARMENIAN MASSACRE”