Topic: Turkish-Armenian relations

We have been there before and we are almost there again. Twice during recent history, when US administrations were coming close to recognizing the Armenian Genocide, Turkey thwarted it through diplomatic maneuvering. It first happened[...]

YEREVAN (RFE/RL) — Turkey must end its “hostile” policies towards Armenia if it wants to contribute to peace and stability in the region, Foreign Minister Ara Ayvazyan said on Monday, March 29. “In order to have real peace in our[...]

PHILADELPHIA, Penn. (Facebook) – A billboard recently appeared on the I-95 North freeway before the central Philadelphia exit stating “Azerbaijanis (and Turks) are ready to live in harmony with Armenians. ‘How about[...]

ANKARA (Nor Marmara) – On November 27, Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay indicated opposition to animosity created against Muslims and criticized the wave of xenophobia created in Europe. He criticized Armenia and Greece, where he[...]

ISTANBUL (Jamanak) — A group of deputies belonging to the investigative committee on Human Rights of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey recently visited the Şişli Sports Club. During the atmosphere created by the Nagorno Karabakh[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan TORONTO – The world recently witnessed how the Turkish state “reconquered” the 1500-year-old Byzantine holy church of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, by converting it from museum to mosque. The chief Turkish[...]

NEW YORK — An exhibition of the works of award-winning Turkish-Armenian photographer Ara Güler (1928-2018), given the epithet of the “eye of Istanbul,” was inaugurated on September 23 at the Smithsonian National Museum of the[...]

MEDFORD, Mass. – The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts University held its Food Symposium on food and conflict on April 19 to 20. As part of this symposium, the film “Haven’t We Shared Much Salt and Bread Together” was[...]