George Clooney Wants the US to Finally Recognize the Armenian Genocide

The actor paid tribute to the victims.


Obama's Refusal to Call the Murder of 1.5 Million Armenians "Genocide" Is Reprehensible

It's hard to say "never again" when you refuse to admit genocide happened in the first place.

Meet Syria's Christians — and Learn What the West Gets Wrong About Them

Regional Christians are not the dwindling, passive community portrayed by the media. Their politics are often directly opposed to Western policy as well.

13 Infamous Massacres That the U.S. Did Nothing About

Many want the U.S. to intervene in Syria for humanitarian reasons. This is a dubious reason, considering how many other massacres have happened without any U.S. intervention at all.

Deaths in Egypt Are Overshadowing This Other Big Event

Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour allegedly threatened to recognize Turkey's Armenian genocide. Observers see this as a retaliation for Ankara's anti-Mansour current activities.


US Relations with Armenia: In Facing Middle East Adversaries, America Has a Secret Weapon

Armenia is a landlocked country with only 3 million people. But in America's eyes, it might be in the most important position of any U.S. ally to advance President Obama's foreign policy agenda.

Armenia Ruling Party Threatens Election Rival, Independent Media Outlet

Accusations of money laundering against a former Armenian foreign minister reveal that the country is trying to shut down an NGO aimed at improving civil society in Armenia.

Obama vs Romney: Armenian American Community Pressures Candidates to Recognize 1915 Genocide by Ottoman Turkey

The U.S. actively supported Armenians during their sufferings back in 1915. 97 years later American-Armenians struggle for the (re)affirmation of the Armenian Genocide by the U.S. government.

Nagorno Karabakh Independence Fight Sends Caucasus Region on the Brink of War

One Russian analyst puts the chance of war in Nagorno-Karabakh at 99.99%.

5 Destinations to See Before You Die

You may not have heard of Nagorno Karabakh or Luang Prabang, but they're among the five most beautiful and untouched places in the world.


Time for U.S. to Finally Recognize the Armenian Genocide

Americans should use Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day to pressure Turkey to end its continued religious oppression.

Armenian Genocide Day: Why Won't President Obama Say the 'G' Word?

Today, Armenians around the world commemorate the 97th anniversary of a genocide that began on April 24, 1915 and resulted in the murder of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians.

Turkey Should Soften Stance on Armenian Genocide to Gain Entrance to the European Union

Turkey should adopt a law that prevents the Armenian genocide from being classified as insulting “Turkishness” to improve relations with France and Germany.