Tag Archives: Karabakh

US Has Failed To Spend $25 Million In Congress Aid to Karabakh

Successive U.S. Administrations – both Democratic and Republican – have, since Fiscal Year 1998, expended $25 million less in aid to Nagorno Karabakh than Congress intended, according to an Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) review showing that less than $36 million of the $61 million slated by Congress for this purpose has actually been expended.

Father Land, by Vahé and Ara Oshagan to be Published by powerHouse

Father Land by Vahé and Ara Oshagan is a poetic and personal journey through the rugged, human-and-history-laden landscape of the mountainous Nagorno–Karabakh Republic. It is also a unique collaboration between a photographer son and his well–known, writer father. A family steeped in Armenian literature and art, Vahé and Ara Oshagan’s work is the result of an intensely felt connection to their heritage and homeland. Father Land is a literary and visual contemplation of Karabakh’s present–day, its history and its culture, as well as a meditation on transnational identity, land, and paternal bonds.

North Orange County ANCA Activists Meet With Rep. Gary Miller

Local Armenian National Committee of America activists met with US Representative Gary Miller (CA-42-R) this past Tuesday in his Brea, CA district office. Leading the meeting were Razmig Khayalian, a board member with the ANCA Orange County Chapter as well as Serouj Aprahamian and John Havoonjian, constituents of the Congressman. Joining them for the meeting were Jennifer Movsessian and Haig Hovsepian from the Armenian National Committee of America-Western Region office.