Topic: diaspora

Armenians all over the world are eager to recover properties left within the borders of the Republic of Turkey after the Genocide. The Ittihadist Party, which perpetrated the Genocide and carried out the expulsion of the Armenian[...]

By Lila Seidman GLENDALE (Glendale News-Press) — Glendale City Council member Zareh Sinanyan is stepping down from his municipal post to accept a position with the Armenian government. Sinanyan, first elected to the local council in[...]

YEREVAN — Babken DerGrigorian’s life trajectory is emblematic of Armenian history: continent-hopping family and fluent in several languages, looking for, and ultimately finding, a new home. DerGrigorian was appointed deputy diaspora[...]

By Michael Melkonian Special to the Mirror-Spectator LOS ANGELES – Serj Tankian, a revolutionary musician, founding member and lead singer of one of the most iconic bands of modern rock, System of a Down, has started to transition to[...]

By Kevork Keushkerian ALTADENA, Calif. – Kevork Msrlian presented his book The Armenians of Irbid and Northern Jordan through an Armenian-language PowerPoint lecture at the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) Beshgeturian Center on[...]

When the Soviet Union collapsed, Armenia was not ready to formulate a coherent foreign policy as it lacked trained diplomats. But soon the ranks of the Foreign Affairs Ministry were filled with diplomats from the old Soviet schools and[...]