Years ago, a relative of my maternal grandmother paid us a visit in the United States from Soviet Armenia. Like a smug Diasporan, I planted an Armenian tri-color on top of our late seventies Zenith television monitor
“A film from Karabakh certainly will be best suited as an official entry to the Academy Awards during these challenging times.”
“If you had invested $10,000 with Warren Buffett’s newly purchased company Berkshire Hathaway back around 1965, that investment now would be worth more than $70 million.”
“I had joined their [Armenian EyeCare Project’s] mission trip with expectations to merely fulfill a rotation requirement for my medical school; what I found instead was the ordinary unfolding into the extraordinary.”
“By all accounts Russian President Vladimir Putin has been having a good week. And, it’s only Tuesday.”
The news out of Baku on Monday, as Russian President Vladmir Putin arrived for talks signaled Moscow’s heavy hand in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict resolution process.
“While some have labeled the act carried out by the ‘Daredevils’ in a negative light, others have been quick to jump on the bandwagon of popular support on social media and elsewhere.”
“As I embark on my premedical academic career, I certainly have a lot to learn from “others” and I am so grateful that AECP Observership offered me the opportunity to reinforce my ‘solidarity’ with my motherland.”
Meeting urgent humanitarian needs, supporting our long-term conflict-resolution goals, and, of course, highlighting Nagorno Karabakh’s independent status is the reason ANCA works for US aid to Artsakh.
“I will die without having seen the motherland. I don’t care. Others will see it…” So said Setrak Adjemian in July 1983