Haverhill, Mass. - I grew up with Ross Bagdasarian and the chipmunks. So have my children and grandchildren. After all, who wouldn't be attracted to those cheeky little varmints who scramble around your yard in search of food and sometimes raise havoc with your home? I can hear Bagdasarian yelling out...
Advocate acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey, and you risk prosecution and imprisonment for the crime – yes, it's still a crime – of insulting Turkey. If you're Armenian and you do it, you also risk getting killed, as we learned in January 2007 when Hrant Dink was...
‘Justice delayed is justice denied' is the refrain often used to describe the Turkish government's tactics: denial of the truth and a refusal to address the consequences of the Armenian Genocide in an apparent hope that this issue will go away. An ever dwindling number of Genocide survivors come to...
Chair of the Parliamentary Council of Europe Mevlut Cavusoglu of Turkey met Armenia's president last June. . Yerevan - There had been much honest anticipation in Yerevan and beyond that once parliamentary elections in Turkey are successfully won by the ruling AK Party, the Armenian-Turkish rapprochement would be back on track....
The most ambitious and most pressing project before the Armenian diaspora today is the development, by April 24, 2015, of an Armenian Genocide memorial and museum in Washington. This unprecedented, permanent tribute to our martyred forebears is long overdue and has been unnecessarily delayed. Its commanding presence just two blocks...