Armenia

Turks in America

Turks in America

The 1940s and ’50s were a golden age for Turkish travel writing. A growing number of Turkish visitors came to the United States, often sent by Ankara for technical training or invited by Washington for cultural exchange. These were boom years for the Turkish publishing industry, and visitors invariably wrote up their experiences in books and newspaper columns with titles like “Letters from America,” satisfying a hungry audience.

The Syrian Armenians Who Fled One War Zone For Another

The Syrian Armenians Who Fled One War Zone For Another

For Syrian Armenians, the apparent entry of their compatriots into the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict seems to confirm all their suspicions about the role of Turkey, which also supported rebel factions in Syria, and that the true purpose of helping Azerbaijan retake territory is Turkish irredentism.

How Azerbaijan Won the Karabakh War

How Azerbaijan Won the Karabakh War

While Azerbaijanis are happy a significant amount of territory has been returned to their country’s control, some are concerned that they’ve traded Armenian occupation for a Russian presence.

Simon Ostrovsky
Armenia’s Miscalculations in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenia’s Miscalculations in Nagorno-Karabakh

Russia won't defend Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh. It's why Azerbaijan is winning

Simon Ostrovsky