Topic: Opinion

By Philippe Raffi Kalfayan Observers were surprised when President Erdogan questioned the fair application of the Lausanne Treaty recently. In a visit to Athens in December, he asked for its[...]

By Sonia Farid The liberation of Mosul was heralded as a new era for Iraqi Christians who could go back to their homes following the defeat of ISIS. However, this[...]

By Dr. Eric Esrailian The world has been fighting for the recognition of the Armenian Genocide for years. At a time when some global politicians are once again stoking the[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Armenia’s election campaign is running at full steam as April 2 is around the corner. There are nine alliances participating in the elections. Their slogans are[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian There is a morbid historic bond between Turkey and Germany. The first has Armenian blood on its hands and the second Jewish blood. In addition, Turkey[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian It looks like Azerbaijan’s caviar diplomacy is paying off in certain political quarters. The Azeri government has been always eager to shed Armenian blood. The world[...]