Baku derived no lesson from years of fruitless attempts to move the Karabakh conflict settlement from the OSCE Minsk Group format to other platforms.
February 7, 2016
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has been persistent in expressing his displeasure with the OSCE Minsk Group. However, his spasms of discontent were interspersed with bouts of civilized communication with the mediators - no boycotting of talks or declining of meetings.
Over 20,000 objects
July 26, 2016
The Armenian Museum of America (AMA) was created to locate, collect, preserve, and present the culture, history, art, and contributions of the Armenian people during the past 3,000 years. Founded in 1971 and located in Watertown, Massachusetts, United States, the AMA is an institution that has the largest collection of Armenian artifacts in North America.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg has ruled that Switzerland violated Dogu Perincek's right to freedom of speech.
October 15, 2015
PanARMENIAN.Net gathered comments concerning the verdict. (Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights, regularly mentioned in the text of the judgment, provides the right to freedom of expression and information.)
Over 175 manuscripts
July 15, 2016
With a history going through millennia, the Armenian culture is represented at museums across the globe, attracting attention of visitors. The British Museum in London is one of the places where numerous Armenian artifacts are displayed.
Perhaps someday Azerbaijan may try to use the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) as a tool for the so-called “resolution” of Karabakh conflict.
October 8, 2015
Azeri Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov’s statement on the country’s possible accession to the EEU has been much discussed by regional experts.
Over 1,500 showpieces of medieval collection
July 6, 2016
Armenian culture has a history of thousands of centuries, spreading across the globe and finding its place in various museums worldwide. With a series of materials, PanARMENIAN.Net will tell about museums where the items of Armenian and Urartian culture are displayed. Hermitage, the biggest museum of Russia, is one of them.
The international community should worry more about Erdogan’s terrifying actions than his delirious ramblings.
July 22, 2015
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has completely destroyed his credibility by making numerous bizarre claims in recent years. For example, Erdogan told a group of Latin American Muslims visiting Istanbul last year that Muslim Pilgrims discovered America over 300 years before Christopher Columbus: “It is alleged that the American continent was discovered by Columbus in 1492. In fact, Muslim sailors reached the American continent 314 years before Columbus in 1178. …In his memoirs, Christopher Columbus mentions the existence of a mosque atop a hill on the coast of Cuba. A mosque would look perfect on that hill today.”
Azerbaijan lost the war, and here is the OSCE Minks Group doing its utmost to minimize Baku’s embarrassment.
July 16, 2015
James Warlick, the U.S. Co-Chairman of the OSCE Minsk Group charged with mediating a peaceful resolution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, is sounding more like Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev than a so-called impartial diplomat tasked with resolving the longest conflict in post-Soviet history.
Now that the financial issue is clarified, there are other important matters facing the Catholicosate and Armenians in general.
June 10, 2015
Armenians worldwide applauded the Cilician Catholicosate for filing a lawsuit in the Turkish Constitutional Court on April 27, demanding the return of its historic seat in Sis, Kozan district of Turkey’s Adana province. The Cilician See’s former headquarters, established in 1293, was confiscated by the Turkish government in 1921, at the culmination of the Armenian Genocide.
The monastery compound is only eight miles as the crow flies from Digor, but it sits hidden on a ledge halfway down a steep ravine.
June 5, 2015
In March I spent three days at “Responsibility 2015,” the conference on the Armenian Genocide sponsored by the Armenian Revolutionary Federation held in Manhattan. At the end of the final day, I was at once invigorated and exhausted. I was inspired by the passion of the artists and activists and intellectuals, and I was emotionally wrung out by the realities of imagining for three days the genocide that a century ago this month was commencing.