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An Artsakh Defense Army soldier on the frontline

Loose Restraints: A Look at the Increasingly Shaky Karabagh Ceasefire

Special for the Armenian Weekly 2014 was the bloodiest year in the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict since the 1990’s. Here, Emil Sanamyan reviews the casualty data for the year and looks at the factors driving the escalation.   Death statistics An Artsakh Defense Army soldier on the frontline The [more...]

February 4, 2015 // 5 Comments

Members of the Armenian community of Singapore in 1917

The Armenians of Singapore: An Historical Perspective

Special for the Armenian Weekly Travellers visiting the bustling city-state of Singapore may not be aware of the great impact made by the Armenians who form one of its smallest minorities. Between 1820 and 2000, fewer than 700 Armenians ever lived in Singapore. Although most were transient, with a [more...]

January 6, 2015 // 25 Comments

The 2007 Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Armenians of Singapore

Singapore is an incredibly successful country on the southern tip of Malaysia. More than 5 million people are packed into this compact area. It is a veritable smorgasbord of ethnicities, languages, and religions. For instance, Singapore recognizes four languages: English, Malay, Tamil, and [more...]

December 18, 2014 // 14 Comments

Nancy Kricorian (R) at the Eric Garner 'I Can't Breath' protest at Foley Square 
on Dec. 4

Armenian-American Activists Speak Out on Ferguson

‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.’ –Martin Luther King, Jr., in Letter from a Birmingham Jail, April 1963   “When [more...]

December 11, 2014 // 86 Comments

The cover page of Unit 2 of the Middle School textbook on the history of the Turkish Revolution and Ataturk. (Photo: The Armenian Weekly)

Akcam: Textbooks and the Armenian Genocide in Turkey: Heading Towards 2015

Special for the Armenian Weekly Education is extremely centralized in Turkey. All issues, including setting policy, the administration, and content of education are decided and implemented by the national government. Textbooks that are to be taught in schools are either prepared by the Ministry of [more...]

December 4, 2014 // 8 Comments

Varakavank's crumbling roof (photo by Nanore Barsoumian, The Armenian Weekly)

The Lessons of Late Ottoman Genocides for Contemporary Iraq and Syria

This article will appear in the Armenian Weekly’s upcoming magazine on Ottoman genocides, co-edited by Khatchig Mouradian (coordinator, Armenian Genocide Program, CGHR, Rutgers University) and Sabri Atman (director, Seyfo Center–the Assyrian Genocide Research Center). Scholars of [more...]

October 23, 2014 // 3 Comments

Soviet propaganda

The Northernmost Armenians of the World

Special for the Armenian Weekly Svalbard, an isolated Norwegian island, lies in the Arctic Ocean between 74 and 81 degrees north latitude. During the summer the sun does not set for 99 days, and darkness reigns for 84 days in the winter. The 3,000 or so people that call Svalbard home are considered [more...]

October 2, 2014 // 26 Comments

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