The U.S.-U.S.S.R. Double Tax Treaty Does Not Fit U.S.-Armenia Relations

When was the last time you licensed out your song or book? Or sold your trademarked design or patented invention? Or performed lighting fixtures or air conditioning installation work? Or how about the last time you received interest payments for financing cross-border trade? Or earned income from [more...]

March 15, 2018 // 1 Comment

How I Am an Armenian Farmer and Not Just Armenian and a Farmer

Special to the Armenian Weekly Sopie Vranian (Photo: Nina Baghdasaryan) I grew up knowing I was Armenian, but outside of eating pilaf and the I-A-N at the end of my last name, being Armenian did not influence my life in any major way. I went to school, university, and traveled around the world, not [more...]

March 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

A Call to Lebanese-Armenians

WATERTOWN, Mass.—Lebanese-Armenian Election Committee of the Eastern United States issued the following statement on March 7, calling on Lebanese-Armenians living in the U.S. to participate in the upcoming Lebanese parliamentary elections. *** Lebanon’s parliamentary elections will take place [more...]

March 7, 2018 // 1 Comment

Editorial: What Is News, and Who Is Reading It?

What, exactly, is news to a community in exile, such as ours? Though the question remains historically constant, its answers change with each generation. The Armenian Weekly was founded in 1934 under the name Hairenik Weekly as an English-language counterpart to the Hairenik daily, founded in 1899. [more...]

February 12, 2018 // 2 Comments

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