Articles by Dr. Henry Astarjian

About Dr. Henry Astarjian (33 Articles)
Dr. Henry Astarjian was born in Kirkuk, Iraq. In 1958, he graduated from the Royal College of Medicine and went on to serve as an army medical officer in Iraqi Kurdistan. He continued his medical education in Scotland and England. In 1966, he emigrated to the U.S. In 1992, he served as a New Hampshire delegate to the Republication National Convention in Houston, Texas. For three years Astarjian addressed the Kurdish Parliament in Exile in Brussels, defending Armenian rights to Western Armenia. For three consecutive years, he addressed the American Kurds in California and Maryland. He is the author of The Struggle for Kirkuk, published by Preager and Preager International Securities.
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Astarjian: Is it a Bat or a Rat?

His eyes, his looks, and his demeanor were that of a fox; his ideas, that of a wolf, the Grey Wolf. That is how Turkey’s foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, appeared on TV during an interview with the English version of Al-Jazeera on Oct. 26. He was all smiles and appeared content as a cat that [more...]

November 10, 2009 // 4 Comments

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Astarjian: This Is the Party I Knew

This is the party I knew, this is the party I grew up with, this is the party that shaped my political conviction, and this is the party I love. Men with guts, attempting to revolutionize the status quo, have finally stepped up to the plate to resurrect the old roadmap and coin anew a healthy, [more...]

October 30, 2009 // 2 Comments

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Astarjian: How Now, Armenians?

Indeed, how now Armenians? When your government has deceived your cause, when the diaspora is converted into a community like the others, when your leaders have engaged in municipal work, collecting garbage, running schools, managing pseudo-warship houses, and competing with each other to be [more...]

October 21, 2009 // 40 Comments

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