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Iskandaryan: EU will put no pressure on Turkey concerning Armenian-Turkish border

Armenia’s cooperation with the outer world is complicated by the closed communications, political scientist, Director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan told reporters in Yerevan in commenting on the possibility of opening of the Armenian-Turkish border following Vilnius summit. The closed border with Turkey causes problems for Armenian economy, he added. “I think Europe will put no pressure on ...

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Turkey’s Armenian Ghosts

  For many years in Turkey, conversations became awkward if they turned to defining what used to be called the “events of 1915”. Basically, I had read one set of history books, which discussed the genocidal deaths of 1-1.5 million Armenians who died in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War deportations. Most Turks had read a completely different set of books. If there was a mention of the Armen ...

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Turkey rebukes Armenia for land claim

Armenia "should know the limits of its capacity," Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu warned Yerevan yesterday, referring to territorial claims recently made by the country’s prosecutor general, as he paid a one-day visit to neighboring Azerbaijan at a critical time. The foreign minister called on “those who dare to take a pebble from Turkey” to know their limits, according to remarks reported by Anadolu Agenc ...

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Paving the Way for Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation: A Personal Account

"Paving the Way for Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation: A Personal Account", by Burcu Gultekin Punsmann ...

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My visit to Armenia was great risk, Abdullah Gul says

President of Turkey Abdullah Gul visited Stanford University within the framework of his visit to the United States. In his speech on leadership, Gul mentioned about his visit to Armenia.   He noted that sometimes a good leader must take risks and his own risk in foreign relations came especially when he visited Yerevan upon the invitation of the Armenian President to watch Armenia-Turkey football matc ...

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‘If we can solve Karabakh, Turkey can open border’

  ‘If we can solve Karabakh, Turkey can open border’ ‘If we can solve Karabakh, Turkey can open border’ Vartan Oskanian, former Foreign Minister of Armenia (1998-2008), founder of the Civilitas Foundation and member of the Prosperous Armenia Party, has said that if the problem over the Nagorno-Karabakh could be solved by Armenia and Azerbaijan, then Turkey could open its border with Armenia. “The Armenian g ...

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German Foreign Minister optimistic about extension of Armenian-Turkish constructive dialogue

  22:00, 15 March, 2012 YEREVAN, MARCH 15, ARMENPRESS: German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle is in South Caucasus on a regional visit March 14-16. Armenpress interviewed Minister Guido Westerwelle about regional issues, recognition of the Armenian Genocide and Armenian-German relations.   -Mr. Minister, regional security issues are of great significance in the modern world. How do you assess the current ...

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The Armenian diaspora we don’t know (1)

    The Armenian diaspora we don’t know (1) by Alin Ozinian* It is unfortunate that these days in Turkey what is known about the Armenian diaspora is still very much based on rumor, stereotypes and information that is often not based on truth. There are three separate groups of Armenians recognized in Turkey, and these are categorizations that have come about with the help of the press. These groups are the ...

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Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iran call for urgent solution in Karabakh

Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iran call for urgent solution in Karabakh In what has been seen by diplomats as a direct message to Armenia, which occupies 20 percent of Azerbaijan's territory, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran reached a consensus on the urgency of solving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the Caucasus at a joint meet In what has been seen by diplomats as a direct message to Armenia, which occupies 20 percent ...

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Winter of uncertainties

Winter of uncertainties It has become a long winter. The view of the snow in my yard is becoming increasingly unbearable, not to mention the snow that remains on the streets and sidewalks. Reminded on a daily basis of our helplessness vis-à-vis Mother Nature, we are also squally helpless when it comes to the puzzling state of affairs of our politics. A series of events since last summer have transformed the ...

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