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What Is Genocide? The Armenian Case

2017-12-11T03:00:24+00:00

By Michael M. Gunter Middle East Quarterly, Winter 2013, pp. 37-46 Shortly after the World War II, genocide was legally defined by the U.N. Genocide Convention as "any... acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such."[1] The key word from the perspective of this [...]

What Is Genocide? The Armenian Case 2017-12-11T03:00:24+00:00

ATAA Celebrates the 94th Anniversary of the Turkish Republic

2017-10-29T00:37:09+00:00

As we mark the 94th Anniversary of the Republic of Turkey, we commemorate the resolute leader of the Turkish independence movement and its first President, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, and praise his generative vision and determination that gave place to Turkey's advancement as a model of an independent, sovereign, democratic and secular state, providing basis for individual [...]

ATAA Celebrates the 94th Anniversary of the Turkish Republic 2017-10-29T00:37:09+00:00

Historiography by Political Committee and Committed Historian

2017-12-11T02:12:24+00:00

By Andrew Mango On 18 June 1987, the European  Parliament met in Strasbourg to consider 'a political solution to the Armenian question', before turning its attention to the annual report on the European Regional Development Fund (which, the  Portuguese  rapporteur  noted  sadly,  lacked sufficient  resources and could adopt only three of the 17 national projects submitted [...]

Historiography by Political Committee and Committed Historian 2017-12-11T02:12:24+00:00

The Apologia of Genocide Recognition

2017-10-04T22:44:46+00:00

By Ambassador (Ret.) Şükrü M. Elekdağ Former Member of Parliament,  Republican People’s Party (CHP) İstanbul December 22, 2008 - Architects of the recent apology campaign declared that their underlying purpose was not to charge Turkey with genocide, nor did they use this term in the actual wording of the statement.  Apparently, they intended to reflect on [...]

The Apologia of Genocide Recognition 2017-10-04T22:44:46+00:00

Turkish Diplomats Killed by Armenian Terrorists

2017-10-04T22:33:48+00:00

Below are 27 attacks against Turkish diplomats by Armenian terrorists during 1980s. These events have been divided into four categories: The first are instances in which a Turkish diplomat was killed and the perpetrators were arrested, tried and convicted. The second category describes instances in which convictions were secured against perpetrators of attempted murders of Turkish [...]

Turkish Diplomats Killed by Armenian Terrorists 2017-10-04T22:33:48+00:00

Who Burned Izmir?

2017-10-04T22:32:22+00:00

In 1920 Izmir was given up to the Greeks by the Ottomans as part of a Peace agreement proposed by Churchill. Although intended as an allied occupation under the armistice terms, it was in fact a Greek occupation which quickly became an excuse to extend the boundaries of Greece across the Aegean in accordance with the [...]

Who Burned Izmir? 2017-10-04T22:32:22+00:00

Let Historians Decide on So-called Genocide

2017-10-04T14:28:22+00:00

By Professor Justin McCarthy (11 April 2001, Copyright © Turkish Daily News) Part I: Nationalists who use history have different goals. They use events from the past as weapons in their nations' battles. They have a purpose -- to triumph for their cause, and they will use anything to succeed in this goal Like other men [...]

Let Historians Decide on So-called Genocide 2017-10-04T14:28:22+00:00

ATAA Remembers Victims of Armenian Terrorism-September 24, 1981-France

2017-10-04T12:29:49+00:00

Four Armenian gunmen seize the Turkish Consulate, taking 56 people hostage for 16 hours. During the siege, Armenian gunman Kevork Guzelian shoots and seriously wounds Consul Kaya Inal and a Turkish Chief Inspector, Cemal Ozen. Turkish citizen held hostage by Armenian terrorists in Paris' Turkish Consulate General, September 24, 1981* In a statement issued [...]

ATAA Remembers Victims of Armenian Terrorism-September 24, 1981-France 2017-10-04T12:29:49+00:00

ATAA Remembers 9/11

2017-10-04T12:28:49+00:00

Today marks the 16th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States. The tragic events of September 11 have left an indelible mark on the lives and hearts of the American people - just as vivid and painful now as it was that morning. While we have yet to comprehend such horrific [...]

ATAA Remembers 9/11 2017-10-04T12:28:49+00:00

Dr. James L. Barton to Admiral Mark L. Bristol (1921)

2017-10-04T23:09:57+00:00

Dr. Barton's reply to Ambassador Bristol. Dr. Barton talks about the Armenian lobby in the United States and their claims, which he believes are far from reality. Source: U.S. Library of Congress: 'Bristol Papers' General Correspondence Container #34. THE REPLY American Board of Commissioners For Foreign Missions Admiral Mark L. Bristol United States High Commissioner Constantinople, [...]

Dr. James L. Barton to Admiral Mark L. Bristol (1921) 2017-10-04T23:09:57+00:00