Both Turkey and the Armenian diaspora should look for ways of rewriting a familiar script
NOT for the first time, Armenians sense a moment of vindication in their struggle for the acknowledgment of the tragedy that befell their forebears during the first world war. Turkey is angry. And America’s administration is straining to limit the damage.
The latest Turkish-American rift over the Armenian question—after a congressional committee voted on March 4th to recognise t
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