ISTANBUL, MAY 18, ARMENPRESS. The Turkish-Armenian community wants Armenia and Turkey to reconcile, Marmara newspaper’s Publishing Director Ari Haddeciyan told ARMENPRESS. Ari Haddeciyan is the son of Marmara Editor-in-Chief, playwright and writer Rober Haddeciyan. He currently runs Marmara together with his brother as their 97-year-old father is having difficulties coming to the office due to… Continue reading THE FAILURES OF ARMENIAN SCHOOLS
On May 22 Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan during a lengthy press conference made a “shocking” statement – recognizing Azerbaijan’s 86,600 square kilometer territory. He said. “The 86,600 square kilometers includes also Karabakh,” and he continued “assuming that Azerbaijan recognizes Armenia’s 29,800-square-kilometer territory,” At the same news conference he also said. “But it must also be noted that we are saying… Continue reading KARABAGH ISSUE
Hrant Dink Foundation has won another prestigious award this time for the 23.5 Hrant Dink Site of Memory. (For another prestigious award that Hrant Dink Foundation won please se my Monologue titled “Hrant Dink’s Legacy Lives On” dated November 26 2017) Here is how the Hrant Dink Foundation’s website describes the 23.5 Hrant Dink Site of Memory. “The… Continue reading Hrant Dink
Թումանյանը Ժամանակակիցների Հուշերում, Հատոր 2. The title of this Monologue is the title of a book published recently in Yerevan. It is memories from Hovhannes Tumanyan’s 57 contemporaries. Some as young as 13 years old orphan Vagharshag Norents, and some about the same age or older, like Armenian national hero General Antranig, and writer, intellectual,… Continue reading Հովհաննես Թումանյան:
The following text is printed from «ՆՈՐ ԿԵԱՆՔ» Weekly newspaper dated November 26, 2009, and December 3 2009. «ՆՈՐ ԿԵԱՆՔ» was an independent Armenian newspaper published in L.A by the late Krikor Shenian. «ՆՈՐ ԿԵԱՆՔ» had copy printed the articles from «ԱԶԳ» newspaper of Yerevan Armenia. «ԱԶԳ» is published by Ramgavar party of Armenia. Tekeyan… Continue reading Vahan Tekeyan Armenians and Turks Part 2
Vahan Tekeyan was an Armenian poet and intellectual born in Istanbul in 1878. He is regarded in Armenian literary circles as the “Prince of Armenian Poetry,” He passed away in Cairo Egypt in 1945. He was one of the leaders of the “Ramgavar” Party, and the editor of the Arev (Sun) newspaper published by the… Continue reading Vahan Tekeyan. Armenians and Turks.
The title of this Monologue is a quote from an interview that the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, gave to Simon Shuster. (Simon Shuster is the correspondent of TIME magazine and has been in Ukraine since Russia invaded Ukraine). The interview was conducted during a long train trip that Zelensky took to visit the city of… Continue reading “I Have Not Finished This Great, Important Action For Our Country. Not Yet”
Armenian and Turkish governments are currently in the process of normalizing their diplomatic relations. Some Armenians both in Armenia and Diaspora(s) are blaming the Armenian government for negotiating without Turkey’s recognition of the Armenian Genocide, Medz Yeghern, and the territorial demands. The times are very volatile. We are still at war with Azerbaijan and there… Continue reading ARMENIANS and TURKS Part 4
ARS Armenian Private School of Toronto just concluded its fifteenth-year Telethon with great success. Thank you to all the volunteers who made it such a great success. Also thanks to the board of directors, the principals, the teachers, the staff, and many, many, volunteers who help make the school one of the best cost-effective private… Continue reading Armenian Language Program at ARS Private School.
“After the nationwide shock caused by the war and the obligatory transition phase, we must undertake the construction of a new state, conventionally called the “Fourth Republic” in this article”. I fully agree with the above quote that was taken from a lengthy article written by the president of Armenia Armen Sarkissian while he was recuperating from Covid 19… Continue reading “Fourth Republic”?