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The recent decision of the US House of Representatives to urge Turkey to return confiscated churches and church properties to their rightful owners, and the approval of a bill by the French Parliament and the Senate making it a crime to deny the Armenian Genocide, along with the Turkish

In: International Criminal Law Review

Introduction A comprehensive understanding of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, which resulted in the deaths of at least 1.2 million Armenians, 1 requires an appreciation of the economic dimensions of the atrocity. Although the events occurred during a time of political turmoil throughout the

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Introduction The Armenian Genocide is often considered the first major genocide of the 20 th century. 2 It is also put forward as an example of the consequences of accepting impunity for such atrocities, 3 as illustrated by Hitler’s famous quote: “Who, after all, speaks today of the

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nation's emerging global identity. A final chapter insightfully examines the fate of proposals for an American mandate over Armenia at the Paris Peace Conference. keywords World War I; Woodrow Wilson; Armenian Genocide; Ottoman Empire; mandate system; Paris Peace

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After decades of intensive lobbying efforts by the Armenian diaspora for official recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the United States Government, Congress finally voted in favor of formal recognition in late 2019. Despite the fact that the Armenian Genocide—the systematic deportation and

In: Iran and the Caucasus

Memorializing: Analyzing Armenian Genocide Memorials and Commemorations in the Republic of Armenia and in the Diaspora Sabrina Papazian HCM 7: 55–86 DOI: 10.18352/hcm.534 Abstract In April of 1965 thousands of Armenians gathered in Yerevan and Los Angeles, demanding global recognition of and remembrance for

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continues the story up to the present. keywords Armenia; genocide; Peace Corps Peterson, Merrill D

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