Last Wednesday, in the historic Cannon Building on Capitol Hill, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) joined an impressive number of Congressmen to mark the 25th Anniversary of liberty in Nagorno Karabakh.
When the world starts to expose and vilify the State of Azerbaijan as a country rife with human rights abuses, as a promoter of massacres in its country, as an aggressor, and a warmonger, a state that imprisons opposition members and journalists, then one can finally believe that decency in foreign policy takes a front seat to considerations for Azeri oil.
Charter Communications, in its ongoing effort to stifle the voice of the Armenian-American community by arbitrarily yanking Horizon Armenian Television off the air on February 19, has resorted to blatantly lying to its customers by claiming that Horizon and Charter were unable to reach an agreement. That is a flagrant LIE.
Last week Sen. John Kerry – a long-time supporter of Armenian American issues – was confirmed as our new Secretary of State. In the process of his confirmation hearing, Kerry shied away from his continued stance on Armenian issues and revealed a new face, which in fact is the old face of the outgoing Secretary Hillary Clinton.