Although some 30 countries have already recognized the Armenian Genocide, recognition by the legislative branch of the most powerful nation in the world has a unique significance and far-reaching impact. First, the US House of[...]

The foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan, Zohrab Mnatsakanyan and Elmar Mammadyarov, respectively, met for the 26th time in Bratislava, Slovakia, on December 4, under the auspices of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in[...]

The demons of history are once again haunting Armenia’s political life. The memory and legacy of Garegin Nzhdeh have been resurrected and have become a controversial topic in the political discourse between Armenia and Russia, with the[...]

Following the Velvet Revolution, Armenia has been consolidating its domestic stability, improving its economy and recalibrating its foreign policy. But Armenia’s prosperity is at the mercy of its interactions with the outside world. As a[...]

International relations have their own logic. No matter how chummy heads of states may appear with each other publicly, their policies will continue along their course, based on national interests. The meeting on November 13 between[...]

By David L. Phillips Former Chairman, Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Commission US President Donald J. Trump and Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in the White House on November 13, 2019. During their joint press conference,[...]

Every revolution has consequences, sometimes positive and at other times, utterly destructive. The revolution which took place in Armenia was very unusual, beginning with its name (Velvet) and ending with its goals and achievements.[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan November 11 is known as the Remembrance Day in the US, Canada and other allied nations, a day to honor and remember the soldiers who died during the service to their country, starting from World War I. But Armenians and[...]

At long last, one branch of the United States government recognized the Armenian Genocide. Indeed, the House of Representatives adopted HR 296 with an overwhelming number of votes (405-11). For more than 35 agonizing years, the hopes of[...]

A whirlwind of political events is plaguing the Middle East and the Caucasus with potential fallout for Armenia, yet the Armenian political establishment and its media are interested mostly in debating domestic issues, sometimes amplifying[...]

(The following open letter was issued by the Hrant Dink Foundation, based in Istanbul, this past week.) We could not understand the reason why the conference on “Social, Cultural and Economic History of Kayseri and the Region” that we[...]