09.02.2012 DEVELOPMENTS AROUND IRAN
Though in prior years, tension around Iran – intensifying and weakening, was not considered to be unusual, over the recent period it can be observed that the developments concerning the Southern neigbour of Armenia has changed their character.
02.02.2012 FRANCE SHOULDN’T ALLOW TURKEY TO MEDDLE IN ITS DOMESTIC AFFAIRS
By Harut Sassounian
For nearly a century, Turkey’s leaders have tried to hide the monstrous crime of the Armenian Genocide by covering up what really took place in the killing fields of the Syrian desert, then part of the Ottoman Empire.
01.02.2012 TURKEY DROPS HEAVILY IN PRESS FREEDOM RANKINGS
Turkey drops dramatically in press freedom rankings in 2011, losing 10 places to be 148th out of 178 countries.
30.01.2012 ARMENIA IS BECOMING VULNERABLE TO CYBER-ATTACKS
An unprecedented upsurge of the number of Internet users has been observed in Armenia for recent one or two years and it is conditioned by both slashing of the prices for Internet connection and the fact that computers and mobile devices became more affordable.
26.01.2012 IRAN AND DEVELOPMENTS IN SYRIA
Today Iran experiences one of the gravest consequences of the “Arab spring”: the anti-governmental movement, which started in Syria in spring, more and more resembles civil war and president B. Assad is losing his ground.
23.01.2012 NOT TIME TO ATTACK IRAN
By Colin H. Kahl
In Time to Attack Iran (January/February 2012), Matthew Kroenig takes a page out of the decade-old playbook used by advocates of the Iraq war.
19.01.2012 THE AGE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS: CHANGES IN THE INFORMATION FIELD
The prevalence of social networks on the Internet and in the media space in general causes even more drastic changes of the information environment.
12.01.2012 AZERBAIJAN AND OBAMA SUFFER SETBACKS AS AMB. BRYZA’S SERVICE IS CUT SHORT
By Harut Sassounian
As a result of successive political blunders by the Obama administration, Matthew Bryza was forced to abandon his ambassadorial post in Azerbaijan last week. Pres. Obama ignored repeated warnings that the candidate he was nominating as Ambassador to Azerbaijan in May 2010 had serious flaws. Members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee accused Bryza of having a pro-Azerbaijani bias and questionable ties to Azeri officials.
22.12.2011 THE CLERICAL AND CHURCH ISSUES OF THE ARMENIAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY IN RUSSIA
One of the confessional communities retrieved in the Diaspora over the recent century is the Armenian Catholic community in Russia. Its organizations take special place in Russia and it is an integral part of the Armeniancy of Russia. The history of the Armenian Catholic Community in Russia is rich in tragic pages in history.
19.12.2011 US COURT TO RULE ON TURKISH BANKS’ MOTION TO DISMISS ARMENIAN LAWSUITS
By Harut Sassounian
Two separate lawsuits were filed last year in US Federal Court in Los Angeles against the Republic of Turkey and two of its major banks demanding compensation for properties confiscated from Armenians after the 1915 Genocide.
12.12.2011 ARMENIANS OF OTHER RELIGIONS AND CONFESSIONS: CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES
International research and practical conference
On December 9-10, 2011 in “Picasso” Hall at Congress Hotel in Yerevan research and practical conference on “Armenians of Other Religions and Confessions: Challenges and Possibilities” was held. The conference was organized by the Ministry of Diaspora of Armenia, “The Hyksos” Foundation and “Noravank” Foundation.
08.12.2011 THE ISSUE OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE IN THE TURKISH PARLIAMENT
It is known that the issue of the Armenian Genocide has it certain place on the Turkish political and academic agendas, and the “academic” circles work by the order of the state.
05.12.2011 ON REGIONAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENTS
Over the recent period the developments around the implementation of the regional energy projects, in particular around building of the Trans-Caspian gas pipeline and profound disagreements, which emerged in the Russian-Turkish energy issues, stirred up.
01.12.2011 TENSION ROUND IRAN
On November 4, 2011 the president of Israel Shimon Peres made a statement that in the solution of the Iranian issue the Jewish state was tending towards the military option.
17.11.2011 ON SOME TENDENCIES OF CONTEMPORARY TURKISH HISTORIOGRAPHY
For many decades Turkey has been struggling against the recognition of the Armenian Genocide not only on political but also on academic levels.
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