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Forget Sykes-Picot. It’s the Treaty of Sèvres That Explains the Modern Middle East.

Ninety-five years ago today, Europe carved up the Ottoman empire. That treaty barely lasted a year, but we’re feeling its

BLACK BOOK : Outstanding Foreigners on Turkish Crimes in the Late XIX Century and the Armenian Genocide in The Ottoman Empire in 1915

  BLACK BOOK : Outstanding Foreigners on Turkish Crimes in the Late  XIX Century and the Armenian Genocide in The

Armenia was the center of the World according to ancient Greeks

There was a time when Armenia was considered the center of the world. According to classical scholars of the old: “The


The founders of Basque national historiography Esteban de Garibay, Andres de Posa and Baltasar de Echave considered Armenia as homeland

Turkish researcher has discovered two documents on the identity of Hamshen-Armenians

Turkish researcher Erol Ketenci has found two documents containing important information about Hamshen and the Hamshen-Armenians in the government’s Ottoman

Connecting with Western Armenia a Century Later

Aghjayan Launches New Website on Western Armenia Special for the Armenian Weekly The first time George Aghjayan traveled to Western

Zabel Yesayan was the only woman on the list of those to be arrested on the night of April 24th, 1915.

Progressive thinking and activities in the Ottoman Empire were often led by minorities – those who, at the end of

Why Armenians are a “Living Fossil” to Geneticists?!

  A number of genetic studies have recently investigated Armenian DNA from different perspectives revealing some fascinating and consistent results. For example in 2014

How some Armenians are reclaiming their Christian faith in Turkey

Nezahat Eleftos (R) chats with her daughter Leyla at her home in Diyarbakir, in the Kurdish-dominated southeastern Turkey, April 20,

17 Dersim­ Armenians are baptized and convert to Christianity

17 Dersim­ Armenians take another step of returning to their Armenian identity, so that they were baptized in the Armenian