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Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Armenian Past of Taksim Square

The Armenian Past of Taksim Square

Taksim Square, like Tahrir Square and Zuccotti Park before it, is just another space in a city: it could have been one more spot to meet friends, or to read […]

Armenia to Launch Its First Satellite

The ex-Soviet republic of Armenia will launch its own satellite into the orbit, a governmental official said Friday. A newly created company called Armcosmos is currently busy registering an orbital […]

Intellectual bullying

I recalled Rafi, the Canadian-Armenian whose introductory remarks to me were: “I hate you – because you are Turkish!” Rafi who would later become a good companion in Yerevan… I […]

Remembrance, forgiveness, transformation: the Armenian Genocide

Every year, Armenians the world over gather to commemorate the memory of the 1.5 million Armenians who perished during the First World War. This is an event all serious commentators […]

Akcam: The ‘Foreign Connection’ is Me

Commenting on the Gezi Park events, Prime Minister Erdoğan said, “There are internal and external connections. Our intelligence work is ongoing.” Confession time: The foreign connection is me. Anyone who’s […]

Air Arabia Starting Yerevan Services

Air Arabia Starting Yerevan Services

Air Arabia will begin twice weekly services between Sharjah and Yerevan from August 16. Flights will depart from Sharjah International Airport on Tuesdays and Fridays at 0830, arriving at Zvartnots […]

Pope plans to attend 2015 ceremony in Armenia amid Ankara’s genocide protest

Pope plans to attend 2015 ceremony in Armenia amid Ankara’s genocide protest

Leader of the world’s Roman Catholics Pope Francis has stated that he wants to make a visit to the Armenian capital, Yerevan, to mark the 100th anniversary of the 1915 […]

In a Turkish town that had 10,000 Armenians, now there is only one

In a Turkish town that had 10,000 Armenians, now there is only one

Chris Bohjalian is the author of 16 books. His new novel, “The Light in the Ruins,” comes out on July 9. A woman I met last month in southeastern Turkey […]

Royal visit to Armenia highlights preservation of heritage

Yerevan – Two ancient cultures came together to celebrate tradition and heritage when the Prince of Wales made an historic visit to Armenia. Prince Charles, who is the heir to […]

Of Ruins and Renovations: Documenting Cultural Destruction in Turkey

Of Ruins and Renovations: Documenting Cultural Destruction in Turkey

I recently returned from my fourth trip to Western Armenia in the last 18 months. These journeys are emotionally draining. I am not sure I could make these trips alone; […]

The Case Against Legitimizing Genocide Deniers: Scholars Speak Up

[The] willingness to ascribe to the deniers and their myths the legitimacy of a point of view is of as great, if not greater, concern than are the activities of […]

Graves in the Park: Notes from the ‘Bolis’ Uprising

I haven’t had time to digest what I saw this past week on the heels of my first journey to the womb of Armenian civilization: Van/Vaspurakan. Dikranakert. Kharpert, the fabled […]

Baku Declares Renowned Opera Star ‘Persona Non-Grata’

Baku Declares Renowned Opera Star ‘Persona Non-Grata’

STEPANEKERT, BAKU—As world-renowned opera star from Spain soprano Montserrat Caballe performed Groung by Komitas at the Gandzasar monastery in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, she was being declared persona non grata by […]

Armenia’s survivors

Armenia’s survivors

In northeastern Turkey stand the ruins of what was once one of the world’s largest and most imposing cities. In the Middle Ages, Ani was the “City of 1,001 Churches,” […]

Հարևանություն. բոլոր հայացքներն ուղղված են դեպի Թուրքիան, մինչ Թաքսիմ հրապարակի բողոքի ակցիան ավելի է տարածվում

Հարևանություն. բոլոր հայացքներն ուղղված են դեպի Թուրքիան, մինչ Թաքսիմ հրապարակի բողոքի ակցիան ավելի է տարածվում

Հայ քաղաքական վերլուծաբաններն ուշի ուշով հետևում են Թուրքիայում տեղի ունեցող դրամատիկ իրադարձություններին, քանի որ հարևան երկրում, որի հետ Հայաստանը թեև դիվանագիտական հարաբերություններ չունի, քաղաքական փոփոխությունները կարող են իրենց անմիջական և […]

Charny Dismantles Gunter’s Deceptive Genocide Denialism

As the centennial approaches, Turkish officials and their cohorts are searching for more subtle approaches to deny the Armenian Genocide. Realizing that their past practice of outright denial is no […]

Turkeys Coming Home to Roost?

The parallels seem deliciously endless in number and category. A week’s worth of unrest in Turkey, spreading from Constantinople (Bolis) to other cities, could go to unpredictable places, both good […]

Հռոմի Պապը վերահաստատել է Հայոց ցեղասպանության իրողությունը

Հռոմի Պապը վերահաստատել է Հայոց ցեղասպանության իրողությունը

Հռոմի պապ Ֆրանցիսկոսը Կիլիկիայի Հայ կաթողիկե եկեղեցու առաջնորդ Ներսես-Պետրոս 19-րդ պատրիարքի հետ հանդիպման ժամանակ վերահաստատել է իր` Հայոց ցեղասպանության ճանաչման վերաբերյալ ավելի վաղ արտահայտած տեսակետը, հաղորդում է Asbarez.com-ը: Այցի ընթացքում, […]

Samantha Power to be Named UN Ambassador

Samantha Power to be Named UN Ambassador

WASHINGTON — A White House official said President Barack Obama will name former aide Samantha Power as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, reported the Associated Press. Power will […]

The Ontology of Genocide Against Minorities in the Ottoman Empire

The metaphysics of the relationship between the unit and the multitude have long been contested in scientific, political, historiographic, and other contexts. Even the terms we use to refer to […]

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