By Edmond Y. Azadian An eerie silence reigns over the Armenian news media, both in Armenia and in the diaspora, on one of the most crucial issues facing the entire Armenian world. Indeed, the election of a patriarch in Jerusalem is[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Our globetrotting Secretary of State Hillary Clinton began her recent tour in Scandinavia and is continuing on to the Caucasus region and will conclude in Istanbul, Turkey. Upon arriving in Yerevan on Monday, she[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Population growth is a strategic weapon for many nations. For long, European countries have adopted “birth encouragement” programs to overcome the drop in their populations. France, especially, has a very generous[...]

By Nubar Dorian God must have a love affair with our parents and grandparents who escaped the horrors of the Genocide and came to America.  They are now exemplary citizens and call this “land of ours” with pride, joy and gratitude. We[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Armenian-Turkish relations have been historically complex and in recent years they have been further complicated. In the past, Armenians have been under foreign domination and their overlords — Ottoman, Russian or[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Armenia’s electoral atmosphere is heating up as the parliamentary election date gets nearer. Next May, Armenia will hold parliamentary elections, which will prove to be a litmus test for the presidential election in[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Armenians seem to have been cursed with a self-destructive gene, which will never allow them to achieve their aspirations. Mind you, the largest and only Armenian Empire was built by Tigranes the Great. That empire[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian   Expectations as well as doubts abound regarding the forthcoming summit in the Russian city of Kazan, which will bring together the presidents of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia June[...]