Category Archives: Op-Eds

Anti-Semitism in Armenia

By Alexander Murinson While the Armenian diaspora clamors for international recognition of their treatment during World War I, at the same time Armenians have a dirty secret crying for international ...

THE TURKISH-ARMENIAN DISPUTE: WHO HAS SOMETHING TO HIDE?

by Maxime Gauin * In the context of the Perinçek v. Switzerland case, and of the forthcoming centennial of 1915, Turkey will be, once again, pressured to “face history.” However, ...

THE LEMKIN HOLE IN THE SWISS CASE

by Tal Buenos* of University of Utah “When Raphael Lemkin coined the word genocide in 1944 he cited the annihilation of Armenians as a seminal example of genocide.” This is ...

A Victory for Free Speech

In a landmark ruling, the European Court of Human Rights affirmed the right of people to have freedom of thought and expression. The left-wing unionist, Dogu Perincek had been found ...

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