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Time to Take Stock

Turkish-Armenian relations have to be viewed on two levels: process and content.

It’s probably natural to think that to achieve progress in content, a process must take place. But not in the case of Turkish-Armenian relations. For Turkey, the process itself has always been an end, not a means.

‘Tebi Yergir’ Information Fair to Promote Repatriation | Thursday May 14 | 7-10pm | Glendale Hilton

Armenians today live in a truly historic period. For the first time in over 600 years, with the exception of the short-lived republic of 1918-1920, we have an independent Armenian state of our own. Unlike many of our parents and those who came before us, our generation has a tremendous opportunity–indeed, a responsibility–to reassemble within

ARF Leaves Sarkisian’s Governing Coalition

YEREVAN (Combined Sources)–The Armenian Revolutionary Federation on Monday announced that it is quitting Armenia’s ruling coalition and cited “insurmountable, fundamental disagreements” over the government’s approach toward normalizing relations with Turkey In a written statement presented by ARF Supreme Council of Armenia chairman Armen Rustamian Monday, the party condemned and called unacceptable the joint statement issued

Thousands Protest Obama’s Retreat From Pledge at Turkey’s Consulate in LA

Community Urges Administration to Correct Policy on Genocide          LOS ANGELES–Over 10,000 people demonstrated at the Turkish Consulate in Los Angeles on April 24, demanding an end to Turkey’s ongoing denial of the Armenian Genocide and voicing sharp disappointment at US President Barack Obama for breaking his campaign pledge to properly recognize

ANC-WR Raises of Genocide Through Commemoration Activities

Joins Community at Montebello Commemoration to Honor Armenian Genocide Victims LOS ANGELES–Several communities in the Western United States held 94th Anniversary Commemoration events last week in honor of the victims of the Armenian Genocide, reported the Armenian National Committee ‘s Western Region (ANC-WR). ANC-WR Board Members and staff were invited to, and participated in, various

What Happens Next?

The timing of the now-infamous “Roadmap” announced last Wednesday by the foreign ministries of Armenia, Turkey and Switzerland not only cast a dark cloud over April 24 commemorations around the world and in Armenia, but also put in motion political events, the results of which may, in the long run, hurt Armenia and Armenians and