Last week, for the first time in the history of the Turkish Republic, one of its ministers was declared persona non grata—an undesirable alien—and was deported from Netherlands, a state which is a NATO ally of Turkey.
When the Government of Armenia decided to establish the Ministry of Diaspora in 2008, the objective was to form a partnership between the Armenian state and Armenians in Diaspora
My problems with the mentality of the Armenia’s Ministry of Diaspora started in the early 2000’s, when I was the youngest participant of a Pan-Armenian Media Conference and my surname didn’t end with a “yan” or “ian.”
“Thankfully, there is a new generation of politically active citizens that are drawing lessons from the country’s own history, as well as democratic practices abroad. They are progressive-minded (mostly young) people who are determined not to repeat the same failures of the past.”
“Every nation suffers from certain illnesses and insecurities. The Armenian people are no different.”
As the deadline to register to vote for the California Primary Elections approaches, Elen Asatryan, the Executive Director of the ANCA-WR issued a letter encouraging voter registration
The four day war in Nagorno-Karabakh is barely over. There is an uneasy and temporary lull in the fighting. It is supposed to be a ceasefire.
Imagine, for a moment, that you are a parent who last week buried your son—a soldier killed by Azerbaijani forces during a massive attack on the Nagrono-Karabakh Republic.
As is widely known by now, SARF—The Syrian-Armenian Relief Fund—will host its “Save a Life” telethon this Sunday, February 21
While we all understand that one hundred is only a number, given the iconic roundup of the century, the Centennial provided the perfect opportunity to stop, reevaluate and re-plan.