In the Armenian reality, two singularly different yet similarly tumultuous events of 2016 have defined how we will view critical turning points in the next year.
We began our journey to Arstakh with military helicopters hovering over our head. We gazed at the sky in silence.
The year 2016 shook the very existence of Nagorno-Karabakh to the core. The short four -day April war was prevented from becoming a disaster thanks to the heroic resistance and self-sacrifice of our soldiers.
Christmastide is upon us once more, warming our hearts and lifting our spirits as we joyfully embrace the glorious news of the Birth and Theophany of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
BY DICKRAN KHODANIAN From The Armenian Weekly Earlier this month, I received an unexpected phone call from my good friend Arthur from Martuni, Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh/NKR) who is currently serving his mandatory two years in the NKR Armed Forces. After not being able to see him during my six months in Armenia and generally not being…
The Armenian Youth Federation (AYF) has announced that it has completed the distribution of financial assistance to the families of the fallen heroes of the Four Day War through the ‘With Our Soldiers’ campaign.
For years now, I have been mocked, or drawn smirks, or pooh-poohed, or patronized, or ignored, whenever I mention restoration of western Armenian territories to their rightful owners.
Michelle Coco Der Vartanian’s photo series entitled “Fortitude,” from which this photo essay is culled, represents “the suffering and the resilience of our people.”
A few weeks ago, an Armenian theater artist/producer in Los Angeles posted on Facebook that she was selling her collection of art from Armenia in order to fund her future theater projects.
On a clear autumn day, my cousins and I proceeded north toward Sherman, Connecticut. The 75 minutes’ drive was pleasant on the scenic country roads