Posts Tagged ‘yerevan’

Turkey and Russia should take lead in resolving Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Even though the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has remained largely frozen since the cease-fire was signed in 1994, the potential for renewed fighting is growing.

What happens if Syrian Armenians are settled in Nagorno-Karabakh?

The growing violence in Syria is strongly affecting the ethnic and religious elements in the country. This tension and upheaval raise concerns and worries among the Armenians in the country as well; for this reason, a portion of the Armenian population is seeking refuge in Armenia.

The French impasse in Turkish-Armenian relations

The most important thing that French President Nicolas Sarkozy emphasized during a visit to Yerevan in October 2011 was that France will introduce sanctions against Turkey if it fails to recognize the Armenian genocide by the end of the year.

Reflections of Israeli Crisis in Caucasus

The recent tension between Turkey and Israel has over the last year affected the fronts of alliances in the region, leading to pursuits for new forms of alliances subsequent to the current crisis. Back then, the Azerbaijani and Armenian media adopted differing approaches vis-à-vis the fate of the Mavi Marmara volunteers. Armenia has made statements over [...]

Finding a path to peace through journalism

I greeted Ofelya Kamavosyan and Mehmet Fatih Öztarsu when they got off the plane three weeks ago in Tallahassee from Washington, D.C., as professionals extending typical courtesies. I knew them only from their Facebook pages. They had come to Tallahassee and our newspaper ostensibly to finish working on a documentary, part of the International Center [...]

24 Nisan Sendromu Devrimle Yok Olur mu?

Son günlerde Arap ülkelerindeki otoriter yönetime başkaldırı hareketleri Kafkasya’da da yer yer etkisini göstermekte ve özellikle Ermenistan’da belirli değişimlerin sinyalleri verilmektedir. Kafkasya’da statükonun değişimi 2008 yılında Rusya’nın Gürcistan’a müdahalesiyle başlar. Hali hazırda tahmin edilemeyen stratejik açılımlar bölgede taşların yerinden oynayacağı ve yeni ittifakların doğacağı yönünde beklentiler oluşturmaktadır.

Turkish student travels the Caucasus, lands in Armenia

Turkish student Mehmet Fatih Öztarsu, who calls himself an idealist, set out directly for the Caucasus. His first stop was the Azerbaijani capital of Baku. Having characterized Azerbaijan as a “kindred country,” he studied international relations at Baku’s Caucasus University. After his education, while pursuing his research in Georgia, he decided to cross over to [...]

“Keşke daha çok Türk buraya gelse”

Araştırmacı ve TÜRTAB (Toplumbilimsel Araştırmacılar Birliği) kurucusu Mehmet Fatih Öztarsu, Bakü Kafkas Üniversitesi Uluslararası İlişkiler bölümünden mezun. Bakü’de bulunduğu dönemde düşünce kuruluşları ve medya organlarında Kafkasya’ya yönelik akademi, danışmanlık ve gazetecilik çalışmalarında bulunan Öztarsu, şu anda Yerevan’da yaşıyor ve bölgeye yönelik çalışmalarına devam ediyor.

“It was a step to open the church”

What do media members think about Turkish-Armenian relations? Aram Abrahamyan, Chief of Aravot Daily in Armenia, shares his ideas about this issue. He points out the important points about this sensitive subject.

Dialogue Bridge Between Malatya and Yerevan

After the new political steps of Turkish government to Armenia, some Anatolian cities started to act on government’s way.

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