Category Archives: Editorials

Will Turkish and Armenian Relations Improve?

Many developments are taking place in Turkey related to Armenian-Turkish affairs. Many people are aware that the priority related to the heinous act of the Genocide, are the three “Rs” —Recognition, Reparation, and Retribution. Historical evidence, proofs, photos, eye witness … Continue reading

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Will Erdogan Visit Armenia on April 24?

Unexpected things happen all the time in everyday life, in families, in work places, and in various spheres, particularly in politics and international relations. Pope Francis invited Palestinian and Israeli leaders to Rome to discuss their relationships. They went and … Continue reading

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Armenian Float in Rose Parade

For the first time in history an Armenian Float will participate in the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena California, indicating the presence of Armenians. The Rose Parade, which is held every year on New Year’s Day, is a colorful … Continue reading

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Depopulation of Armenia is a Major Issue

One of the major problems facing Armenia is its depopulation since independence. The idea that an independent Armenia would draw Armenians to move there was not a slogan but also a fact, although very few people moved to Armenia to … Continue reading

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New Year’s Day

The front page of this week’s newspaper may not be enjoyed by some readers, and some will like it. It is a matter of perception. Isn’t there anything else besides money, some people may say? They have the right to … Continue reading

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Mr. Putin, Please Visit Gyumri Again!

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent visit to Gyumri was very productive not necessarily politically speaking, rather socially, economically and otherwise. Because of the Russian President’s visit, about $1.3 million was spent to rebuild and renovated Gyumri streets, the ones from … Continue reading

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A Daring Conference on “Hidden Armenians” in Turkey

Another light appeared in the tunnel in Turkey in the beginning of November when scholars in Turkey discussed an issue which very few people spoke about during the past decade and nobody spoke about the topic during previous decades. This … Continue reading

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You Can’t Sweep It Under the Rug

Dr. Martin Deranian recently wrote a historical book – “President Calvin Coolidge and the Armenian Orphan Rug”, the story of a rug woven by over 400 orphan girls following the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman government. The book was … Continue reading

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Peaceful Solution Should be Implemented

The Syrian government and the opposition are in a very dangerous situation and it does not seem it will abate. According to reports (UN and others) close to 100,000 people died during the past two years and about 1.5 million … Continue reading

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We Should Support Our Schools (conclusion from last week)

It is a heavy burden to keep our schools operating if we want to continue our heritage and ethnicity in the Diaspora at the same time educating our your and meet the requirements of everyday life. The issue is funding … Continue reading

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