Armenian genocide

  • ‘Sherlock Holmes of Armenian Genocide’ Uncovers Lost Evidence

    Taner Akcam, a Turkish historian at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., who has studied the genocide for decades by piecing together documents from around the world to establish state complicity in the killings, says he has unearthed an original telegram that confirms authorities knew what was happening.

  • America and the Armenian Genocide

    by Steven Cromack

    As in 1915, the American government still struggles to balance moral leadership with political pragmatism.

  • In Denial

    by Atom Egoyan

    The Armenian genocide, a century later

  • The Inconvenience of Genocide

    by Rafael Medoff

    As a presidential candidate Barack Obama spoke plainly about the Armenian genocide. Why doesn’t he as president?

  • Pope Calls Killings of Armenians ‘Genocide,’ Provoking Turkish Anger

    In addressing the Armenian question, Francis quoted from a 2001 declaration by Pope John Paul II and Catholicos Karekin II, the Armenian Apostolic Church’s supreme patriarch, in which the two leaders called the Armenian slaughter a campaign of extermination that was “generally referred to as the first genocide of the 20th century.”