By Edmond Y. Azadian People who have suffered adversity are more prone to be sensitive towards other people’s suffering. Armenians, a people with a chain of calamities running throughout their history, had to be on the forefront of[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Armenia is caught between a rock and a hard place. All regional developments bypass Armenia either by design or by neglect. Azerbaijan and Turkey are dead-set against Armenia and have been using their economic and[...]

By K. M. Greg Sarkissian The European Union (EU) and Armenia signed a Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) on November 24, 2017, in the presence of high representatives of both parties. The US and Russia should support[...]

By Harut Akopyan I’m writing this as a personal manifesto intended first and foremost for myself, but also for the sake and memory of the dead and the eulogy of the living ignorant. To clarify, I am convinced that these two groups[...]

The Boston Globe ran the following editorial in its November 22 edition about Peter Koutoujian, the sheriff of Middlesex County, about the work he is pioneering in one jail in Billerica, Mass. Early next year, one of the most important[...]

The Armenian Case and European Judiciary: Beyond Statements By Philippe Raffi Kalfayan Since the beginning of the 21st century, the judicial remedy for Armenian claims has become familiar and reparation studies and researches proliferate.[...]

By Nora Armani Much has been written and said in the past few weeks, both in Armenia and in the Diaspora, about domestic violence and the urgent need to adopt a law criminalizing such behavior. The United Nations defines violence against[...]

‘You Will Burn in Hell’ By Ismail Akbulut “You will burn in hell! Since you’ve committed treason, you’re no longer worthy to carry out God’s mission!” That’s a curse recently hurled at me by one of my own relatives, a[...]

By Ismail Akbulut I am sure that the very title I chose for this article will enrage some of my readers. Why on earth would one be grateful to a dictator? Indeed, that is a legitimate question. My answer is that I am grateful to Erdogan,[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — On October 5 a panel discussion on “Expanding Inclusion of Media Literacy in Education in Armenia: Challenges and Opportunities” showcased a delegation of Armenian educators and media specialists at the National[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan What makes Istanbul beautiful is the Bosphorus dividing the City between Europe and Asia, and what makes Bosphorus beautiful is a series of architecturally magnificent palaces, mansions and mosques. Most of these[...]